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Old 08-05-2011, 03:18 AM   #11
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Wow. That's a lot of weights moved in an olympic style!

Olympic movements emphasize speed and I doubt you could do that many movements emphasizing speed or it would just be a normal slow split type routine and what's the point?

Do the clean and Jerk, and some squat moves Monday

Do Snatches and some OH, and maybe rowing work on Wednesdays

Do some Deadlifts and some bench movements on Fridays

and call it a week.

That's all the planes of movement and you're done. All the rest of any movements you can come up with are accesories for fun if you choose to find lifting even more weight fun after doing the basic lifts herein prescribed.
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