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Old 04-19-2011, 04:08 PM   #11
Jeff Giliam
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Front Squat 225# x 3 x 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j33aYhTesRQ
Felt alright. Tried my best to keep those flexors activated on the way down, but I need to remember to spread the ground beneath me.

Clean Deadlift 245# x 3 x 5. Tried to focus on keeping the shoulders pulled back.

Snatch Push Press 155# x 5 x 5. Trying not to chicken neck my head forward. Felt much stronger with my head pulled back which kept my chest forward.

2 minutes each leg of spiderman and wall flexor stretches. Getting much better and easier.
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