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How can I increase shoulder flexibiity for squats & snatches?
I have noticed flexbility is a big issue for me in squatting as well as snatching (I cannot snatch at all currently). For example, if I squat with no weight, I cannot complete a squat with my arms ...
Sep 7 '11 at 23:26
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