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Old 04-30-2012, 06:56 AM   #233
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Originally Posted by LtL View Post
Having to balance the weight makes a massive difference to your numbers so don't worry about that. There are plenty of guys in my gym who leg press 300kgs+ for reps but NONE who squat it for even 1

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I'm no to consered. It's not a "stabalizer issue" Its a "power issue" Just learned a new week point thats all. Pin presses are way diffrent from even normal pesses. I did 285lbs. for a PR Bb Decline the other day playing on the cage but there is no way I can decline pin press it.

I can Bb flat press, meet style with the stall at chest, 255lbs no problem but theres no way I could flat bench, pin press it. See what I'm saying?

It has just showed me my week points that I never would have seen or been able to work on without the cage at home.
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