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Old 12-28-2012, 11:27 PM   #50
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Originally Posted by CZERWIEC View Post
That's cool. I've just always felt that the issue is at the bottom, that I don't generate enough velocity from the start of the movement to finish it If I can do a 3 or 4 boardpress with 100lbs more than I can bench I think "where's my weak point at?" It's at the bottom. But that's whats great about lifting going different roads to get to one place.
Ya my problem is usually around a 3board - however most of time its always my fault and its just me getting out of the groove
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