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Old 09-13-2010, 03:29 PM   #8
Gant Grimes
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Squat, press, and pull every time in some form. If you want to add conditioning at the end, fine. Don't trick it up, and don't worry about progression. The first year of law school is not the time to try to teach her a bunch of crap. You'll be lucky if she keeps her three day commitment to this. If you can't write her entire program on a small sticky note, it's too much.

Bally's is fine. Off campus is a nice change for 1Ls.

Do like Dave said and teach her to squat. In fact, if every first year law student learned how to properly read a case and squat to depth, the profession and the world would be a better place.

Teach her basics that she'll stick with through 1L. Once she's a second year, you'll have more time to teach stuff.
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