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Old 02-09-2010, 10:04 AM   #5
BendtheBar
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Originally Posted by nighttrain View Post
my problem is i allow the bar to rest in the sweet spot between my shoulder blades, a little lower than on the top of the shoulders and that causes my arms to have to reach further back.. but it also lets my control th eweight better and stay back on my heels easyier... do you know what im saying?
I know what you're saying. How wide is your grip? I take mine as wide as possible...within an inch of the rack pins and it doesn't help.
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