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Old 07-08-2013, 12:31 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by kennknee View Post
That's great to hear about lessening the soreness. What kind of lifts did you do for technique training? I am newer to the Power Lifting style of training, but I have incorporated some form training days in my current program. Wondering if that's a similar idea?
We hit axle clean and press first. The axle is about 2.5 inches thick, making it very hard to grip. Worked up to triples around 200 pounds, focusing on driving the elbows forward into the rack position, since the axle is a solid bar, and has no spin, making it a lot harder than a normal oly bb.

We also hit stones to shoulder, log press, circus db, axle snatches, and did prowler sprints at some point.
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