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Old 04-05-2007, 01:32 PM   #20
John Alston
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Good points. I think I might have missed some of this because I started the lifts with a coach. And being relatively untrained, playing with only 40kg all night was enough to stimulate some development for me (though there was plenty of assistance work, too).
I do think that a workout with still very light classic lifts as the bulk and then heavier work in the assistance exercises can be successful.
But I think I forget that people actually try to learn the quick lifts on their own. It seems a daunting task.
Silly me. And props to people who develop good lifts w/out regular coaching.
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