I agree, as mentioned just above, the best way is to include both full reps and partial reps. And I normally write with all speed/power athletes in mind, not just sprinters. However, if athletes don’t personally have the time to partial squat or bench, ever, I understand. If its too much of a hassle to throw a couple of bands over the top of the rack or have a couple of spotters help you with board presses, I understand. If you feel you are already hitting enough points along the force-velocity curve, awesome. But partials work very well for building max strength, improving 1RM in the full range movement, and with lighter loads, as an explosive strength/RFD tool. Some people don’t like sleds, some people don’t like weighted vest jumps. They are bread and butter people. But that doesn’t mean partials are any less effective for building both strength and power for those that choose to keep a wider array of tools in their chest.