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Old 05-08-2013, 04:24 PM   #5
Allan Young
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Originally Posted by Blake Barnes View Post
Your front squat and C&J number relativity is dependent on your leg strength vs. your technique. If your legs are strong but your not very technically sound then your front squat number is going to be significantly greater than your C&J number.

Bob Takano discusses the back squat and the C&J in this article:

http://breakingmuscle.com/olympic-we...and-jerk-ratio
Interesting article Blake. Its nice not having too much difficulty standing up out of cleans but then it would be much nicer to be able to clean much bigger weights. I guess it will come, as my technique improves

PS. If anyone has any advice for any of my lifts then it would be much appreciated. Especially the jerk and continually pressing it out. It's something I'm working on closely at the minute. Some of my most recent YouTube videos might give a clearer idea of how my lifting usually is.
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