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2004/02/19 19:16:03 (permalink)
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anyone else tried this?

i was doing cleans the other day and normally do doubles/ singles til i cant get under it any more, then i change the excercise to clean pulls and again doubles/ singles going heavier each time until ive lost the speed.

However i kept the same weight when i could no longer continue my cleans and when i drop the weight to the floor i let it bounce and catch it for a second pull.

I was wondering if anyones tried this and if so did you get any benefits?
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    Robert
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 19:36:42 (permalink)
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    sound bloody dangerous to me. what kind of weight [kg] are you letting "bounce"?
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 19:53:55 (permalink)
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    about 100kg, if when i catch it and it feels like its on its way down i drop it, no injuries as yet or if i'll continue doing it just wondered if anyone else stumbled on this one?
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 19:59:38 (permalink)
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    hmmmmm.... what do you mean exactly by bounce, i'm confused.
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 20:08:07 (permalink)
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    when i do a clean pull (esp up to chest height) with rubber weights there is no eccentric phase of the lift i just let the weight drop it hits the floor and bounces up maybe 10 inches or so
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 20:24:04 (permalink)
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    Ive never been lucky enough to try bumper plates
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 22:31:23 (permalink)
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    do you keep a hold of the bar?
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 22:41:55 (permalink)
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    no after i do the pull i let it go then catch up with it
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 23:01:51 (permalink)
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    you are weired mate
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    RE: anyone else tried this? 2004/02/19 23:11:03 (permalink)
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    yeah but i bet you will stil try it tomorow, i'll give you a demonstration at work in the morning mate
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