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Old 03-25-2006, 07:41 AM   #5
Chris Kemp
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Larry, should have been clearer - head height is a starting point to get form right. Once form is sorted you can ramp up the hip snap and increase the height. If there is insufficient snap then the only way to get it high is to throw it up with the shoulders - not the aim of the exercise as far as I am aware, and more likely to cause injury.
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