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Old 06-27-2013, 10:54 AM   #422
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Any "advanced" strength athlete should be able to clean and press their bodyweight for reps, pretty easily. If you can't, you're either too weak to call yourself advanced, or too fat for your own good.

You should be able to do 20 bodyweight chins. You should be able to front squat 80% of your back squat.
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