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Old 06-16-2009, 09:39 AM   #16
Garrett Smith
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Single KB exercises by their nature require more anti-rotational efforts.

Double KB exercises are more "balanced" rotation-wise, so little to no anti-rotation effort is required.

Better to start with a single KB of a lighter weight than to start with one that is too heavy or with two KBs.

I'm personally hoping to get a 40kg GS-style KB and start working on shorter timed sets of LCCJ and snatches one day a week.
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