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    Công ty in Đông Bắc chuyên nhận in vỏ hộp giấy giá rẻ, đảm bảo uy tín, chất lượng tại Hà Nội. Miễn phí thiết kế và giao hàng tận nơi. Thời gian in ấn nhanh chóng.

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    Hello Philip,
    Thank you for your reply. Very interesting. I'm a physical therapist, but of course the kind of thing I usually deal with are extremely de-conditioned people, which doesn't help me with trying to do things like the SSST!
    I'll look forward to your article.

    Guido
  3. Hey Guido,

    Honestly, I didn't do anything specific to prepare for this. My training has been all over the place the past few months. I just kind of did it on a whim. I'm not a big believer in do "x" to get "y" results. I'm going to write an article soon explaining my training methods and beliefs. It may not be politically correct but Dragondoor isn't really PC so I'm sure they'll publish it. Grip is vitally important no matter what your goals are. Adam Glass would be the man to talk to about that. Whatever I'm doing for grip, he's doing something better. Just match your intensity with your goals. 51 is still young so if you want to bust 220 with the SSST one day it's within your reach.
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    Hello Philip,
    Your video of 208 reps with the 32 kg is amazing, to say the least. I'm recovering from a hand surgery, and am using fatgripz on a trapbar for deadlifting to try to improve the grip in that hand. I really had to lower the weight using a fat grip like that; I was surprised how weak it had become. I'm also doing some long-cycle practice with 16 kgs for conditioning. My question for you is, did you snatch a heavier bell than the 32 kg to prepare for the UST? Or, did you work with that weight primarily. I remember you were doing the C&J with the 32's in one video; was that a part of training for that kind of thing? I've never gotten that good at snatching; before my operation I was doing the VWC with a 16kg and had worked up to 72 sets of 7. I'm 51, so I don't feel like that's too pitiful. Of course, one can always improve. Congratulations! Good luck on your deployment.

    Guido
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