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Topic: Weight Distribution (Read 424 times)
Mar 18, 2010, 01:50 PM »
In photos, some lifters appear to dramatically be on their heels (with raised toes) just above the knee in the pull before getting back to flat feet in the power position while others appear to be quite flat footed throughout the lift. Would this suggest different things are going on with their weight distribution (more on the heels vs. mid foot) or just different styles (toes up vs. down).
Re: Weight Distribution
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Mar 18, 2010, 07:37 PM »
The weight distribution will change as the bar moves. Off the floor the weight will be pretty even, then shift back (as you noted), then of course finish on the toes.
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