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Old 01-23-2011, 07:03 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by big_swede View Post
I would work my way up to the workset weight using singles or dobles, and then perform 3x3 or 5x3 at the most. Snatch is a very technical lift, and i agree with gl about the OH squat part of it - its very difficult to master without alot of practice. I mostly do the hang snatch which works fine - not getting as deep down as in the full olympic snatch, even if you can.
Thanks!! I think I will try it out with just the bar, and see how it goes. Thanks for the advice guys!! Legends!

Ill give my thoughts on it in my log every session

Thanks again guys!
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