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    Dynamic effort for non-big 3 lifts?

    Has anyone had success doing DE for lifts like military press, rows, cleans, gms, etc, or is one of each push/pull/leg movement sufficient? Obviously, just doing the big 3 would probably carry over better, but would DE for other exercises work well for each individual lift? For example, if for some reason I really wanted to increase my military press, would having a DE day for it be effective at all?

    EDIT: This probably belongs in the PLing section.
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    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Killa Kurt View Post
    Yes.
    LOL, I kinda figured. I guess what I really wanted to know is, does/has anyone actually implement this into their routine and how well is it working?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notorious View Post
    LOL, I kinda figured. I guess what I really wanted to know is, does/has anyone actually implement this into their routine and how well is it working?
    I've used it before for military presses, standing presses, front squats, mostly compound exercises....I thought it worked out well.
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    ummm... Olympic lifting?
    Being a strong teenager means nothing.

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