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Old 03-14-2013, 07:46 PM   #4
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based on your description, it sounds like you might be talking about reverse hyperextensions. i don't really think "swinging" occurs in hyperextensions, and bodyweight hyperextensions are extremely easy, even if done slowly.
you do make a good case for reverse hypers, though. i think a lot of people would have to strip off a lot of weight if they stopped using any kind of momentum. leg raises for abs are also very difficult when done properly.
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