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Old 02-08-2011, 12:39 PM   #45
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i think it's like you said steve olympic style lifts are more often then not done using momentum to explode the lift. a clean and jerk is most definitely not a restricted movement but can develop a ton of mass and working with kettle bells uses a lot of movement as apposed to strict but doing snatches with these are also something that could be beneficial to mass building.

now i don't want to take anything away from slow and controlled movements but to say explosive power movements for anybody part don't have a place i think is wrong. you may not use them in your routine but to tell someone else not to use them cause they are pointless or worthless i think is completely inaccurate.
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