We all get to enjoy throwing in.I like how this was brought out and chewed over, but I think the best evidence is not in Don's methodology, but in actually examining the full archives now available from '88 and '08.I see a sea-change in several technical points, and the pulling mode is probably the biggest. How that is taught and executed are of wide variability, but someone could do a decent graduate thesis just on quantifying the gross differences of then and now.This has always been a point of interest to me, since I never seemed able to pull the "classic" way. Once I saw that my way was cousin to where many of the top lifters have trended, it engendered other discoveries that I really value.It's not the "only" way, but the extent of evolution by a substantial plurality is noteworthy.I actually see Naim as one of the pioneers of this trend, even w/ his heel lift. Some of my favorite examples include Natalie Woolfolk-Burgener and Victor Scerbatis.
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