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Old 11-16-2013, 07:51 PM   #4
MadScientistOfMaB
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is experimenting with old strongman lifts.
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In a physics class in college and from what I have learned there is no difference as far as weight is concerned. All of the kinetic energy is in the x direction and so it doesnt have a component in the y direction.

It could however be a cue. A lot of powerlifters are ritualistic about their lifts. It may just be doing the same thing the same way every time that is important.
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