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  • Julian Collis
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    Perfect thanks

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  • tfranc
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    Originally posted by Austin Baraki View Post
    We don't find it to be especially useful for most trainees as a primary lift, though some folks simply enjoy doing them. They do a relatively poor job of helping drive the deadlift up, so if that is a primary goal we prefer to use other pulling movements, as you describe.
    Could they potentially be valuable in terms of practicing displaying power for a sport?

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  • Austin Baraki
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    We don't find it to be especially useful for most trainees as a primary lift, though some folks simply enjoy doing them. They do a relatively poor job of helping drive the deadlift up, so if that is a primary goal we prefer to use other pulling movements, as you describe.

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  • Julian Collis
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    Power clean

    What is your view on the power clean in the novice program? SS LP has it as an alternator with the Deadlift, but I would like to know your thoughts on this.

    Are other movements like barbell/pendlay row, rack pulls or just deadlifts better for your pull in a novice program?

    The reason for asking is I don’t see the power clean in the bridge and a number of other programs. I’m sure I’m missing something.
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