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Old 04-03-2013, 03:41 AM   #16
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I agree with JB: wet the chest plate and maybe the back of the sleeves a little and that should help it stretch a bit. If it's choking you out then the collar is too high; get your hands inside and pull it down to give yourself a bit of man cleavage then pull the slack out of the stomach area and belt it in place. Lastly I would highly recommend (again) doing a couple of sessions with people who know what they are doing. It took me a session with an experienced lifter in the gym to realise that I hadn't actually ever got the sleeves all of the way up before You know this though, I'm just repeating it for my own amusement I think

Once you get it on and loosened a bit, 400+ is no problem for you.
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