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Old 11-27-2009, 11:11 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by MuscleandBrawn View Post
I want to give this at least until Easter. I am planning on "re" continuing my cut, and using a dieting approach that is heresy...the Warrior Diet.

What are your thoughts on hang cleans? Are they worth it for shoulder work?
I tend to think of it like this.

Full cleans as part of a heavy day

Hang cleans as part of a lighter day.

It's not that with the hangs your using a lighter weight, but that it's just a bit less work overall. The hangs are more for working on the bar catch, as opposed to the pull phase. I find both give more of a traps session as opposed to delts.

Want a serious delt move? Put the bar on your back like a squat, and squat. Now, do presses from the bottom position. Use a very light weight to start. Your hitting the muscles in a whole new way in this position. I felt this inmy delts and traps like never before.

Watch dimas training here.

YouTube - Pyrros Dimas Training sequence
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