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Old 11-20-2009, 04:11 PM   #11
Oliver Gould
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Re: Is a PC to F. Sq really functional?

I think he gets it, the point is that you're removing the eccentric portion of the thruster (replaced with the third pull of the clean). For reasons that I cannot understand, some people insist that this makes a squat clean to thruster a different movement. Pretty silly honestly. Some people actually program the move as a separate exercise ("Cluster") - Eva T. puts these in the CFSCC programming sometimes.
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