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Old 12-13-2012, 11:57 AM   #146
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Originally Posted by DylloS View Post
then it's a push press. Military, or strict is just pushing up with no leg momentum at all. I think you're talking about just using the base of the ground which is right. I just wanted to clear that up so he doesn't get confused.
I'm not talking about momentum. A military press is seated, quads tight, core engaged, pushing from the ground.....LIKE a bench press. You're not using legs for momentum. It's the proper use of your kinetic chain.

A push press is standing with slight bounce before pushing the weight overhead. Two different movements!
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