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Old 09-29-2011, 02:43 PM   #25
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The guy who taught me how to squat and DL uses "spotters", but no hooks. When he squats he has people observe him, but not really in position, and he has them take the hooks out of the cage. My favorite line from him is "No hooks means no way out".

Look him up on youtube. Guy's name is Andy Ruse, but his youtube name is Blenderate. He's definitely a freak of nature. And the best part; he drives a smart car. Really nice guy though.
Yeah I have talked to Andy a few times and the guy is a freak of nature! even when he was recovering he trained hard! Though I wouldn't recommend the "No hook" rule for a beginner lifter let alone a veteran...lol
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