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Old 10-14-2010, 12:10 PM   #10
Steven Low
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I think it depends a bit on your individual strengths in particular parts of the posterior/anterior chains.

I think it's the vertical leap that has a bit more quad action or something like that.... so if you're a bit more biased towards anterior chain + strong posterior you may be a bit better with the vertical.

For what it's worth my bests were 9'5" broad + 30" vert to give a few more numbers to the ones already stated in here.

It's a relatively good goals to aim for. You're going to have to work on technique for both though.

Also, your program is too high volume as stated before. Work towards your goals, but dont try to combine programs that almost never works. You generally have to compromise if you want to work towards all around ability though.
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