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Old 10-11-2011, 08:18 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Abaddon View Post
Great collection of quotes Off Road, but I must disagree with Kubik here. I fail to see the connection between trap bar deads and an undeveloped lower back. I can testify to the contrary.
And my standing OHP is pretty decent too.
That's the funny thing about the Trap Bar; because of the way it's built, it allows the lifter to use a lot of low-back or very little low-back. Because the bar does not ride on the front of your legs, it is possible to retain a very upright posture and not recruit the low-back as much. Much will depend on what form you use when executing the lift.
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