Performing heavy partial range of movements exercises is one way to help you break through a plateau. But, I would not even consider performing them unless you have been training for a long time and a generally considered an advanced lifter. I do not think they have any place in a novice program. All beginners should learn the basics and perform full range of movement exercises. In the following video I am doing partial squats from the bottom up, I did these after my full squat session. I just really felt the need to get some heavy weight on my back. If I had a yoke, I would have done yoke walks, but I don't, so this is one of the next best options. Again, this can help build your squat but setting the pin at different heights, it can help build your explosive power and your jumping ability as well.
The mayhem commences, this is where we start having some fun.
This video showcases one of my young athletes who is finally really starting to "get it". She is coming a long way because she trains regularly, progressively and aggressively. She is doing what I would consider to be one of the absolute best combination of exercises for young athletes and fitness generalists as well. Take a gander and please leave a comment with your favorite combination/superset/couplet/triplet/whatever...
I put together a video last week of a workout I did using kettlebells and bodyweight, it felt great to move around a lot and essentially hit the whole body. I tried to balance my pushing and pulling exercises, as well as hit a good amount of power and stability. Sometimes people neglect certain aspects in their training, but this is a good way to cover the bases. Let me know what you think in the comments and I will explain the exercise selection if necessary.