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Training of Power and Explosiveness in WRESTLING / Torokhtiy & Beleniuk

Training of Power and Explosiveness in WRESTLING / Torokhtiy & Beleniuk

Men, just don’t laugh! I feel some fight in the air. Hi! My jockstrap will not suit you, I can see it already We will fight to blood, just letting you know in advance. for him to write down a note he´s assuming the responsibility for the public security organs not to have anything against afterwards In this case, I need the same from him in case he gets his legs injured after the power position. Hi, guys! Today’s video…

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Training of Power and Explosiveness in WRESTLING / Torokhtiy & Beleniuk

Training of Power and Explosiveness in WRESTLING / Torokhtiy & Beleniuk

Men, just don’t laugh! I feel some fight in the air. Hi! My jockstrap will not suit you, I can see it already We will fight to blood, just letting you know in advance. for him to write down a note he´s assuming the responsibility for the public security organs not to have anything against afterwards In this case, I need the same from him in case he gets his legs injured after the power position. Hi, guys! Today’s video…

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TOROKHTIY’s TRAINING CAMP / weightlifting & crossfit

TOROKHTIY’s TRAINING CAMP / weightlifting & crossfit

I think if you are watching this video – you understand that theoretically… the camp is about to start. And today we will meet our first athlete from Brasil. He doesn’t know how we look like, we don’t know how he looks like. But we will meet him. We have been standing here for 6 hours already, but haven’t seen him yet. LOL – The intrigue continues, right? – The intrigue continues. LOL Training and recovery processes are in full…

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Technique: SPLIT JERK / A.TOROKHTIY (Weightlifting & CrossFit)

Technique: SPLIT JERK / A.TOROKHTIY (Weightlifting & CrossFit)

Hello. We continue our series of lessons on the Clean&Jerk and today we’re going to analyze the Split Jerk. Let’s divide all the movement into three elements (the work of hands, footwork and Dip Drive-Push Press) and analyze each one separately. lift the bar to the chest. The bar should not lie on the chest, so we keep the elbows folded up. It is extremely important: your arm should not be sandwiched when you hold the bar on your shoulders….

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Squat Development with Pat Sherwood

Squat Development with Pat Sherwood

Face me and now with no prior … me telling you nothing, just give me five nice, slow air squats. What you consider ideal beautiful air squats. At your pace. Alright, so we’ve got some things we can work with. Let’s start right off the bat with … first of all, depth’s fantastic. This is going to be a compliment sandwich. Depth’s fantastic. Don’t move. Let’s take your stance, where you feel you are right now and just kick your…

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Loosen Your Hips, Squat a Ton of Weight

Loosen Your Hips, Squat a Ton of Weight

Hey guys what’s up this is Matthew with Iron Orr Fitness Personal Trainers. Today for your Trainer Tip Thursday I’m going to show you a couple ways to stretch out your hips before your next squat session or a deadlift session. Some of my favorites are 1. the World’s Greatest, which I’m going to demonstrate right now. We’re gonna come up, bring our foot up as high as we can, outside of our palms reaching up this way, reaching up…

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USPA Powerlifting Meet Prep – 11 weeks out

USPA Powerlifting Meet Prep – 11 weeks out

hey guys welcome back to my channel it’s Brie OCD and Lou dog here and you’re about to hear all about 11 weeks out week 6 my food my mood my workouts and more remember if you like my channel subscribe tell your friends give me a thumbs up and comment below if your meet prepping too! week six eleven weeks out lets goooo it’s Brie OCD time baby so I stepped on the scale this morning I was 106.8…

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Why You Should Squat Barefoot

Why You Should Squat Barefoot

Can you tell me why you should squat barefoot? Squatting when you are wearing running shoes affects your squat technique. If you squat barefoot, compressible soles don’t get in the way. I could do just as well then in incompressible soles. The gym may not let you wear those, especially if they are hard black soles that scuff the floors. Wearing shoes protects my feet. Unless you are wearing steel toed shoes to the gym, shoes won’t make a difference…

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