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Old 08-28-2011, 01:21 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by big_swede View Post
Good luck with this man, and for the cleans - they are a very good idea, if youre new to the lift, i would suggest you to lower the weight and up the reps to work on form until you get it nailed down. I would also suggest that you start with powercleans, the squat clean is tricky if flexibility in wrists and shoulders are lacking.
I've cleaned 70kg so 52.5kg x 3 is a good starting point as aggressive scaling happens very quick. Once I changed my clean technique, I hit 70kg when 65kg was my limit before.

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