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Old 09-03-2007, 08:02 AM   #13
-Ross Hunt
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Originally Posted by Greg Everett View Post
...the more well-developed your lifting technique is, the more high-rep, fatigued-state training you can get away with without damage.

...The one thing they certainly offer is variety. Beyond this, how much they offer beyond other movements in the CF pool is questionable. But I don't see anything bad about training repeated explosive hip and leg extension in metCon sessions.
Agreed; although the workout messed with my technique, I don't think I came close to injury at all, which I sometimes did when I worse at oly lifting.

The second point is definitely valid, too; if one of the main things you're training for is metcon ability and you don't do the full lifts very seriously, power oly variations for reps are another perfectly good way to train metcon.
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