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Old 05-31-2010, 02:22 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by big_swede View Post
Do some assistance work like GM's, to strengthen you lower back, and do partial deads (rack pulls) to get stronger through sticking points. it can also be form related but its hard to tell withour vids. Btw, do you squat on a regular basis? Thats really helps the dead to.

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Thank you for advices. Maybe time to do Good Mornings and partial deads. Still I was very surprised to see this happen because it has always been the beginning of the lift that has been the difficult part. Once I have gotten the bar moving, there has not been problems before, not even when i got my last PR, 170kg that I berely got of the ground. Now I "exploded" with 175kg and it was easy and then compelete stop.

About squat, yes. I base my training around bench, squat and deadlift and as "accessory" exercises I also do weekly standing overhead press, weighted dips, weighted chins. Then from time to time, depending on current "cycle" I add some rows, pull-overs, leg press and abs.
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