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Old 03-01-2013, 09:44 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by prstylee View Post
What is some good conditioning work to add that can help
If I were recommending conditioning work for a powerlifter lifter would be stuff that is not lower back intense or leg fatiguing. Some likely moderate complexes using dumbbells, barbells or possibly kettlebells if someone is proficient with them. Maybe some sled drags as long as they are caring for their lower back.

If they were young and still had great recovery perhaps also some explosive stuff like sprints.
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