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Old 03-10-2009, 04:26 PM   #5
Dave Van Skike
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it's pretty long. kind of preachy.


I give about four cues and a max of about one drill a session when teaching noobs. the first thing i tell them is i'm going to have to touch you and move you into position. Sometimes I even whack them where I want them to tighten up.

I worry less about telling them about what they are going to do and showing them and then putting them in the position to do it based on their body.

I always like Rips' cue.." the bar goes here."

I like:

knees out
weight on your heels.
tight back
tight gut,
chest up.


it's overratted that jogging and bench are overratted and underratted how many people have been done right by them.
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