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Tips on Standing Strict overhead form?

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2007/06/11 02:53:32 (permalink)

Tips on Standing Strict overhead form?

So I've been incorporating these a lot more often lately, and was hoping I could get some form tips from you kind folks haha. I've just been focusing mainly on pushing my head through when the bar gets past the top of my head. Other then that, not sure what I should look for.

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    Clubber Lang
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    RE: Tips on Standing Strict overhead form? 2007/06/11 11:47:25 (permalink)
    standing strict overhead what....??

    you doing overhead tri extensions or something else??
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    RE: Tips on Standing Strict overhead form? 2007/06/11 13:43:07 (permalink)
    Sorry, like a military press. No leg momentum, etc, just a strict press
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    RE: Tips on Standing Strict overhead form? 2007/06/11 21:36:05 (permalink)
    My only advice would be to keep looking forward. When I first started doing standing military i got into the habit of keeping my eye on the bar and looking up at the top position, which would put me off balance
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    RE: Tips on Standing Strict overhead form? 2007/06/12 00:19:48 (permalink)
    i use a thumbless grip which i find helps me get under the bar better...
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