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Old 03-28-2011, 02:33 PM   #21
Per Karlsson
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Messed up last weeks training but now im back on the schedule.

4x5 40 back squat. working on form. My biggest issue is that I do good mornings on the way up. Its a work in progress but today was a big step forward.

5x3 40 C&J

3x5 press

Okay so I filmed myself doing C&J today. I SUCK, so Im not going to post it. One of the many many problems I noticed was that in the squat Im leaning forward to much and my lower back is rounding. When I saw that I did power cleans the last set.

So now dear reader(s) I need some advice. Should I work on flexibilty awhile and get back to C&J next week or still do them but dont cath the bar ATG?
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