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Old 01-22-2009, 11:21 AM   #14
Donald Lee
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Originally Posted by Blair Lowe View Post
We always train back lever before front lever. It has a lot more to do with training various other things for the future. Front lever is relatively easy to train with the right strength.
Since the back lever is easier than the front lever, I probably should have trained that first or in concert with the front lever.

Grissim,

I was thinking of going more towards the other approach, eliminating a lot of time spent training the statics and focusing more on the dynamic strength. I think I'll just eliminate the OL for now. I was working light weights and really low reps with the OL just for technical proficiency, but it's probably too time consuming.
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