|03-09-2012, 02:06 AM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Training Exp: +9 years
Training Type: Fullbody
Fav Exercise: Bench Press
Fav Supp: ANIMAL PAK
I am all for the Olympic lifts after doing some serious review to their benefits. I can see that power cleans are not only responsible for enhanced production of speed and speed-strength, but also responsible for some serious mass and hypertrophy development in athletes.
I think speed-strength is one of my main goals for this cut. I don't just want to be strong; I want to be strong, fast, and have a lot of endurance. I am going to try to increase flexibility through tons of stretches as well. My head is just below the 5'9" line and I'm thinking maybe I can reach it with enough stretching.
Back to the point of this topic: I am very interested in doing power cleans during this cycle. I don't have access to bumper plates and if I'm not mistaken your power clean is supposed to be used strictly with bumper plates. Is this true or am I over-exaggerating?
Personal Trainer- ACE, NASM AFPA; Nutrition Consultant- AFPA
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