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Old 02-01-2013, 06:41 PM   #1
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Squats and deallifts misc questions

1- Squatting and deadlifting barefoot feels much more natural. What do you think? After I tried it once last year, I never squat or DL with sneakers.

2- What to do as my DL weights get heavy? I still can do more reps but my wrists and forearms are getting tired. I read using straps is not good long term and for overall natural muscle development. I do use the inverse grip (palms facing each other)

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