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Old 11-14-2012, 01:19 PM   #3752
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Originally Posted by Damn Yankee View Post
the 'front rack' for a Thruster is different than a legit front squat front rack. In a real rack, the bar is on your delts, and just your fingers are needed to push it back there. During a Thruster, you keep your full grip on the bar. REALLY helps with that transition time.
Originally Posted by totalburnout View Post
Better if you keep your hands open on the front squat portion and can close them at the bottom of the squat or on the way up before the press.
Those two concepts were rolling around in my head. Thanks. Confirms I'm thinking right, just need more practice at it.
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