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Old 04-08-2011, 03:16 PM   #1
Kettlebells' Angel !!!!
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Have you ever wondered, seriously, with all the information about on how to do a lift (deadlift, squat, bench press...) how the very first person to do a weighted squat/bench press/deadlift, of the barbell variety, considered their technique?

Did they ever consider they had mechanical disadvantages? That they were performing it poorly, or even incorrectly?

Every time I see a person say the deadlift is difficult, or the squat has so much that needs to be taken in to account and learned before lifting, I always wonder what they would have done had none of the information, that is so abundant today, been around for them.

It's just an intriguing concept.
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