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Max Body Dev The hang grip is wide (approximately twice shoulder width). Legs are slightly flexed at the knees (around 100-110 degrees). The trunk is flexed and the back is tightly arched. Shoulders are in front of the bar and arms are straight. Traps are stretched and head is looking forward and down. The Pull: From the ground to the knees, the bar is lifted via a knee extension; back angle remains the same. The back stays tight and arched. The arms stay long and keep the bar close to the body. From the knees up to the standing position, the bar is lifted with a combined back extension and knee extension. Back stays tight and the arms stay long. The lift is completed when you're standing up completely. For this exercise you'll do three sets of five reps. Try to increase the load as much as possible while keeping good form. If you feel that your upper back is rounding, you're using too much weight. E – Snatch Cuban Press.

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