Is it feasible to start like this?
I think i miss leg training with this, how can i introduce it?
Depending on equipment or loading - (edit: if this is for slower lifts like squats
)I would consider starting with Singles, well loaded. and allowing for relatively complete recovery between attempts. for Such high repetition potential - I would not load it any more than 70% 1RM. and I would cap the repetitions at 50 to start. (edit: if this is for faster lifts like swing or snatch, then consider 100 reps per session cap(and my legs have developed very well from 24kg snatch.)
Correct me if I'm wrong...please
I don't think you're wrong, but ...
depending on loading, I have experienced good results with 60s 90s, and even 120s or 180s intervals. For example ...
10x10 snatch at 24kg, every three minutes has delivered results for me.
and, 5 swings and 5 pushups alternating every minute (2 minutes between each exercise) have delivered results.
also, a single rep of clean-and-jerk at 32kg every minute has also delivered results.
and sometimes when I was snatching earlier in the development of my snatching ability, 5 reps at 24kg every 90 seconds did the job perfectly. but now I tend to accomplish that with ease and use 60 seconds.
so, what I mean to suggest is to find the interval that allows you to feel as though you can go on forever, and then punch the clock with 100 power reps.
and if it's a slower lift for strength, consider using 50 reps as a target, and adjust upwards or downwards as recovery dictates.
feel free to entertain other intervals of rest
, according to your loading.
what I found was that if I just round up my rest interval, just beyond my recovery needs, in my last sets, then I've really got a repeat training session that makes sense.
I'm sure, with a little thoughtfulness, you'll find the balance points that work for your intra-session and inter-session recovery.