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Old 03-18-2011, 07:06 AM   #4
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Form, style and technique are more important than the routine. We know this to be true in every sport and so it is in powerlifitng. We need to concentrate more on it, and spend hours on it, consistently, every week, throughout your whole career.
^Great quote.

Not related to powerlifting, but I see many young lifters give up quality lifts because they no hunger/desire/will to work on form.

"Working on form" is an essential, and even more critical the longer you train. Regardless of the goal. Unless you wish to be injured, or are merely going through the motions and don't care about looking better or getting stronger or staying injury free.
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