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Old 02-20-2010, 10:28 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by BigTallOx View Post
I haven't seen much carryover between rack pulls and pulling off the floor, ie my rack pulls ( from just below the knee ) has increased 50 pounds in the last couple months, my deadlift has increased very little. I think the main reason for it is because when I pull from the floor, when the bar passes the height that I rack pull from, my body is in a different position. It makes doing rack pulls just makes me better at doing rack pulls, which does have some benefit but not as much as i'd like.
i'm glad you posted this cause i was wonderin if it would help me to start doin some rack pulls. but i see your point about body position.
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