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Old 03-10-2008, 11:46 AM   #4
Derek Simonds
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I have been doing HPC's and HPS's from mid thigh for the last 3 plus weeks. I have steadily increased in weight on both in a linear fashion ever since starting.

At first with the lighter weights I was dropping it back to the thighs, resetting and going again. Once I got up to the heavier weights (for me) I drop it regrip and do an RDL without touching the knee (current limitation) to the hang position and then clean.

I have a hard time with dropping weights over 135 LB's back to the thigh to reset. I really like the way it feels to drop and reset. Don't know if any of this helps.

Next week I am going to do the full versions of HPC and HPS instead of power. Looking forward to it.
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