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Old 03-30-2012, 10:04 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by big_swede View Post
Good start Tank!
thanks buddy.

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Good work so far tank! I'd also agree with Mike and Spart in keeping the quick lifts to singles, doubles, leaving the triples for light work or complexes.

Also, if your new to the lifts I highly recommend you go right to doing the full versions and try to avoid the power cleans/snatches for the majority of work. For the time being have a good time and learn those lifts.

Good quick article on programming...
A Training System for Beginning Olympic Weightlifters

Mobilitywod.com for some stretching and soft tissue work if your having trouble hitting the correct positions.
awesome, thanks for the input, pull! i am new to the lifts and actually happened to have used that very template in designing my program.

to clarify, the programming says to use variations on alternating days, are you suggesting not to do so and to use full versions only?

thanks again!
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