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Old 10-04-2012, 10:02 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Disciple X View Post
One final thought, if you're using thick straps, it creates a problem. just a simple pair of thin straps from any sporting goods place, even walmart or similar is what you want. I've used "spud inc" straps that are bulky and hard to use. I've had almost 600 lbs hanging from the cheapos for eight rep sets with no problems.
thanks disciple X for the info i can see i'm useing my straps wrong now by what you have written but could you still send the video so i can visually check that i'm doing it right,thanks.
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