Posted On:10/19/2007 5:42pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
But on the other hand, in the clip of the lady trying to find her max clean, it's obvious she wasn't gonna make it (mentally.) Maybe there was more than what was shown in the clip, but after 2 or 3 failures, the coach should have insisted on bringing the weight down to what she could do with good technique.
Other than that, man, that woman is impressive!
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Posted On:10/20/2007 6:21am
Originally Posted by WhiteShark
Is it really such a great idea to repost workouts form a website whose excersizes almost all require supervision and coaching? I can't even begin to imagine what would happen to someone who just up and decided to try power cleans without a trainer teaching them the movement.
Anyone dumb enough to attempt any sort of training like this without instruction probably deserves teh d34d7y acl rupturez
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