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Originally Posted by LI GUY 1I have "Explosive Lifting for Sports" and it is a great book, if not to just give a good understanding of Olympic lifting and its technique/benefits. He also talks about the different kinds of strength and how to best achieve in each strength area.
I started powercleaning a few days ago and am working on the form. I just got the hip pop today and can tell a drastic difference. Also, work front squats using the clean grip until you are flexible enough to use the clean grip easily. That way you don't mess up your wrist when you catch in a powerclean. There is much mre to it than just deadlifting it really fast and getting under. But a great movement so far.