So that brings up the question, if you can't compete with them, should you still be training with them?
I would stick with the F6 or even a Fury if you bench more flat backed (I realize you didn't ask though so take this for what it's worth) the Katana is a more advanced shirt, although something to keep in mind as you move down the road.
The best thing about getting your own shirts is they are fit for YOU, not your training partner or someone else.
Last edited by mike95763; 03-14-2009 at 09:26 PM.
I had the same problem, this was my solution (may or may not work for yours).What really helped me starting out was I would bring the weight to above where I knew it had to land, so I didnt have to worry about where it was going to hit while I was bringing the weight down and I could just focus on just letting the weight come down straight. In other words before you begin your descent be sure the weight is already directly above the landing area then just control it straight down and your arms should be able to keep straight.
Excuses or results you cant have both.
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This sport is about taking steps. One step at a time. Too many people try and skip steps because they want to be a superstar today. That is when it gets expensive. You spend your money on a shirt or suit that is over your head and it'll bite you in the butt. Then you have to buy another one that fits right.
I've worked with a ton of people who get in a huge rush to make things happen NOW. They usually get frustrated and quit