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kaz

iLift
My crossfit trainer taught me these too, although I think I'd go to a strength coach to properly learn them
 

wingman

Super M0derator
My crossfit trainer taught me these too, although I think I'd go to a strength coach to properly learn them

Yea i agree, since majority of cf trainers are awful.
Mine had AWF cert and competed o/s in oly masters div, so knew what she was talking about.
 

wingman

Super M0derator
Awesome! My trainer had a cert 3 & 4 in fitness. Woo hooo!

Then they were just a commercial gym PT... which makes them useless :p

Quals don't mean very much. I don't really care what quals someone has, and would certainly choose a good trainer without quals than a bad trainer with. But... it's their choice in quals that demonstrates their line of thinking.

Eg1, been in the industry a few years and just have cert3/4 sounds like they dont give a damn.

Eg2, been in the industry a few years and have ASCA, AWF, NCAS... both people in the industry same duration but one cares about their development and wants to get things that are specific to the people they train.

Hmm i'm rambling, i'll stfu now :p
 

PowerBuilder

New member
There's a noticeable difference between a crossfit clean and traditional clean (or snatch. The Xfit lifts look so awkward and messy.
 
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spartacus

Well-known member
I has an army chick lift tonight. only 54kg but 83kg squat Olympic lift style perfect form, and then 105kg deadlift like nothing.
 

spartacus

Well-known member
she does. great body as well. I think she would make a decent sprinter over 100m. she has a lot of leg power for her size and used sprint at school. only 22.

she is not interested in powerlifting.
 
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