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CrossFit 636.3 – Power Clean 2 Rope (f) This is me doing another week of the “Power Clean 2 Rope” . This time I got it with a bar that was 53lbs, which seems to be about average for these throughout my set ups. The main issue with adding weights on top of your power clean is that you’re not using proper form and explosiveness to transfer the weight up. If you’re not explosive, then just try doing some sprints instead of lifts. Feeling good so far on these!! By cross-trainerc on 5/24/16 at 10:59am
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Rolled Up Tarp? And Why Do They Only Have Five Handles On The Barbells? I’m not an expert, but I think this is the most important question ever. If you enjoy talking to others about your bodybuilding journey or asking strangers how they found their success, go ahead and share this article. Leave a comment below with your top 10 questions for today’s article! Follow Me On Twitter To Keep Connected With My Bodybuilding Journey!! 10 Questions For Bodybuilders 21st Edition OK, so another week has passed, which means it’s time for another edition of my 11-question interview series! This is by far one of my favorite features on r/bodybuilding, because it gives us all a chance to know more about each other and learn something new! Based off of our last (nonexistent) conversation before Chris Stiles traveled the small mountains in Kenya never to return alive…I’m going to switch it up with something completely different. Question #1 – Hey Chris! Before we dive into the first question, do you mind showing me some pictures that would prove how “big” you were at your peak (like what 20 year old guys are now)? Answer – Thanks for doing these interviews! Most people ask why I stopped lifting 5 years ago if I was still only around 160lbs when I started. A lot of times people assume that because their friends or training partners have been successful getting bigger that there must be some sort
From hitting a wall to hitting your stride
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