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I'm with Sharebear, I just push through usually if it has a momentum component. For some things like the inverted presses I might use my other hand to help balance or reduce the reps to make it safer. But mostly I just push through so long as there is no really pain and I'm just working hard. I'm at the point that I can do 25 lbs for snatches, but 20's feel comfortable and I like the idea of increasing reps and speed with them. So satisfying to finally get the flow with this move!
SW: 147 lbs CW: 133 lbs GW: 125 lbs
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- E. Roosevelt
My left side is weaker, but I just keep plugging away. I am using 20lb for snatches, but am considering going up to 25 (just a little leary, yet)
Working on my VW moves and going from double-handed to single...
Like everyone, I have a stronger and a weaker side. How are other folks training for that?
"The most effective fitness workout is the one you do!"
"In 10 sessions you'll feel the difference, in 20 sessions you'll see the difference, and in 30 sessions you'll have a different body"- Joseph Pilates, on his training method
30 to 90 mins of cardio and strength/resistance, 5 days/wk
Dr-supervised Bio Hormone Therapy + Nutrition + Sleep + Stress Mgmt might start to = Fitness (partly borrowed from Fitness on the Run, Alexandria, VA USA)