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Old 04-03-2011, 03:30 PM   #11
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Squat

Full squat
Front squat
Beltless full squats
Pause squats

I include beltless squats as a distinct variant because a break from my belt did me a world of good. Front squats are awesome, though I can't always get the balance right even now.

I cannot get anything from box squats or hack squats.

Pull

Deadlifts
Stiff legged deadlifts
Power cleans

It would be easier to list the many deadlift variations I don't get anything from: sumos, rack pulls, deficits etc, etc.

Press

Bench Press
Close grip bench press
Push press
Strict Press

Funny how everyone wants to know how much you can bench, when it's such a boring lift to watch, in my opinion. It doesn't have any of the drama of an overhead lift.

I love strict press, somehow it just feels like the ultimate test of strength, which is probably why I suck at it.
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Squats:
Barbell Squats
Barbell Squat to Bench
A2G Zercher Squats
A2G Front Squats

Pull:
Deadlift
Low & High Rack Pulls
Barbell Shrugs
Barbell Rows
Kroc Rows

Push:
Flat Bench Press
(Strict) Military Press
Flat DB Bench Press
Incline DB Bench
JM Press
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Squat
front squat
leg press

Close grip bp
weighted chest dips
db oh press

Weighted pullups
dbrows
monkey pulls
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