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Old 05-31-2012, 09:50 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by abett07 View Post
I was just thnking today about which lifts on Starting Strength are the most risky.Although I had some trouble with form to begin with I have never done any harm or damage with the power cleans , I have on the other hand hurt my back with the overhead press a few times (nothing too bad)

would others agree that the standing overhead press has a greater risk of injury than the power clean ?
I'm just curious what your definition of "hurt" is?

To me, being hurt means you are unable to do a lift or lifts for multiple weeks.
Have you hurt yourself OHPing in this capacity?
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