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Old 04-14-2012, 01:22 AM   #28
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That sounds good, Mike.

What made you decide to do the power versions of the lifts rather than the full?

I ask because in a lecture, Tommy Kono explained that the power versions emphasize the wrong movement using too much arm because the start position requires it, as opposed to the full lifts using minimal arm. I remember you saying you were including the lifts for speed work and I was concerned that doing the power versions might have your arms a mess before too long instead of your original intent.
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