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    Hiya Dennis! It's a bit cold here as well. Odd as it was close to 90 over the weekend?!?!

    I'm in the exact same boat as you with my 97. Interesting what Mike said, as that sounds just like RKC advice. Personally, I gave up working the 32 over. It's a much smaller bell than the 44k (and yep, the LL handle is a lot thicker), so the mechanics are different. I just felt like it was going to crush me whenever I cleaned it.

    So, I decided to just do ROP style ladders push-pressing the 44. Confidence has built-up real fast, and I'm using my legs less and less. I believe, as do you, that you have to work THAT heavy bell to build the necessary confidence & strength. Hopefully I can get a strict press soon. Try it out and let me know if it works for you. I'll keep you posted on my experiment as well =)
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    what's up home cut? Finally getting three rounds of 2,4,6 rungs with 32s on the double C&P.
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    Yes, I have done some double complexes...smokers for sure! I was just doing one of Dan John's clean & squat complexes with a pair of 20s...was so surprised how heavy they got LOL! I have one of Pat's e-books, too, but haven't really tried any out. Thanks for the offer, though. I would like to get that Age of Quarrel DVD one of these days. REALLY looks interesting.

    Back to the C&J, it is probably my fav exercise now. Just hammers the whole body, makes you strong AND conditioned all at once. Just awesome!
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    Hey Brian,

    That sounds interesting. I've been doing something similar with my presses whilst I wait for some more KB pairs (I'm going for the traditional weights of 16,24,32). So, you are doing LCCJ three days a week? Should be ok as long as you aren't doing anything else. Those things are killer!
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    Hey B! Yes, I know what you mean about the forum lately. It seems to have been overrun by people with "other agendas" LOL. RPT...well, I started with 36s doing 60 second rests. Once I went to 45 seconds, I could only do one rep and failed on the second! So, back down to 28s hehe! I don't have a second 32, so I'll just have to make due for now. Keep up the good work, man!
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