Originally Posted by J_Byrd
From my experience every person who gets into a trap bar bows the back in the initial pull from the hips driving back rather than up. I threw the ones from our weight room in storage. Total junk in my opinion. If I am taking the time to teach someone to lift, I wouldn't waist my time on it.
I retract my former statement, as it's obvious that those with more experience training others haven't seen good results with this movement.
I'd go with the voice of experience that this isn't a good one for people just starting out.
Bodyweight- 231, currently cutting to under 220
Raw total- 1280
Geared total- 1480
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