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Old 12-02-2010, 09:48 PM   #16
Geoffrey Thompson
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Originally Posted by Andrew Wilson View Post
That makes sense, he has great potential in olympic lifting & I keep seeing him in those videos and just keep thinking "why is this guy stuck in this CrossFit", he could very well CJ 170 with those BS & DL numbers if he went after. If he spent a good 6 weeks with a great OL coach he could be snatch 130-140 no prob. I feel so bad for these crossfit people, so much potential being misguided
IIRC, his background is as a LW strongman. It's probably better to be toward the top of CF right now than to be an okay strongman or okay oly guy.
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