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Old 04-16-2008, 03:51 AM   #1
sarena kopciel
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Default 2nd Oly Meet

Aboutv5 months ago, I decided as a 45yo grandma to focus my attention and training solely on Olifting. I competed in my first meet in early February and totaled 61kg. I know it wasnt much but hey it was something and was only on about 2.5 months of training with time off for 2 nasty injuries!!

This past Sunday I did my 2nd meet and totaled at 66kg. Slight yet still an increase. My coach feels with some more tweaking I can easily hit a 40kg SN and 50 CJ at my next meet (as of now) in early Aug. After all my BS is at 82.5kg, so my back is strong!!

Here is the video from youtube

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