Posted On:9/05/2007 3:36pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
Try keeping variations to a minimum. As a matter of fact, just stick to a simple plan for the next couple of months. Leave partial reps and other stuff to add variety for later. The more variety you consider, the less you'll end up doing.
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Posted On:9/10/2007 9:13pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
one more question guys, what are the benefits of one handed clean and jerk, and one handed snatch????
Posted On:9/11/2007 9:54pm
Posted On:9/11/2007 10:34pm
Google is a powerful tool, you know - try to make the effort
Also, it's ok that a thread goes on and off to different, yet related topics. However, if you are going to be asking disparate questions that have nothing to do with your original question, I suggest you create a new thread for them.
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