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    There's more than powerlifts

    The powerlifts aren't the only surefire way to build the speed and power you need for wrestling. Heck, the bench, although fun, isn't near as functionally helpful as lifts that require no bench. ...
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    Goodmornings can also be done from the pins of...

    Goodmornings can also be done from the pins of the squat rack (set the pins at the deepest part of your goodmorning and then start with the bar rested on the pins and let it rest between each...
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    The overhead squat, as someone mentioned, is for...

    The overhead squat, as someone mentioned, is for many, the hardest lift on the planet. I call it Yoga on a Stick, since the flexibility involved makes the lift like a weighted asana. Dumbbell over...
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    What does 'solely in this matter' mean? With weights? With speed? Through chains of motion instead of body parts? How do you think strength competitors train?

    Any of the mentioned exercises...
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    Deeper and with bands

    Your platform idea may work, but I think it is actually too deep (may change your spine and hip position too much). One route I found successful was simply using 35 or 25# plates instead of 45's. ...
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    Other toys

    Clubbells and kettlebells can be major players in grip strength, although the sandbag and sledgehammer route is a little cheaper. Check the clubbell homepage (I don't know the link... sorry), they...
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