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Old 01-07-2014, 04:10 AM   #1
Stefan Westernacher
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Default technique development

First post, so: Hello everybody!

After reading Olympic Weightlifting and also buying the DVD and watching it I am pretty sure that I want to work on technique before learning the whole thing wrong.
So first I thought about doing the "Technique Development Program" from the book, but 12 weeks is really long.
So what would you suggest to somebody who has done the lifts already a few times, but wants to concentrate on doing every single little movement right?
Is there a shorter program? Should I only do the progressions without any program?
And what after that? I thought about the "Classic Lift Position/Technique Cycle" from the book to stabilise the technique followed by "Strength by Feel" or something similar.

Thanks for your answers!

Stefan W.
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