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Old 01-09-2013, 05:28 PM   #1829
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Awesome stuff lately Brute! Big squat, big bench, Humongous rows, 800 rack pull!?! Goodness. Good stuff.

Just a thought on that squat. I'm not sure it's you actually leaning forward, I think your middle and upper back are rounded a bit.

If you can drive your shoulders back into the bar and keep a straighter mid back on the way up, it might clear up that lean right there. Not an expert, just something I think might help. Squats are still a work in progress for me too. I think squats are pretty much a work in progress for everybody.

You can't move that Brute press to another day? Seems you'll always struggle with any press after benching.

Nice weight loss!
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