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Old 01-16-2013, 06:33 AM   #5
RobMoriRB
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Steve you are right that it takes more technical then convential. Since I have switched, I have found my squats have gone up faster compared to convential squatting. Fazc is right to a point where hamstrings won't get big. For me I expect it to be stronger.
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Bench: 301
Dead Lift: 501

GYM PR
Squat: 435
Bench: 305
Dead Lift: 485
Shoulder Press: 205



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