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    Moser found this. I think it's instructive in many ways.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz3RteE7Ni8

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    Man, everything moved so fast in the olden days. I'm glad we've slowed down a bit in modern times

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    Some strong presses, many without what I would consider excessive lay back.

    Oh No! They didn't have bumpers!!

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    This is a gem. Thanks.

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    The fact that they're not using bumpers is a good reminder that there's no real reason to bitch and moan about the fact that my gym doesn't have them.

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    What decade was this?

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    I noticed that the older physiques must have had much fatter thighs to withstand the impossibly brutal lowering of the non-bumper plates. Truly barbaric times.

    I also noticed (non-sarcastically this time) the much thicker physiques of the competitors upper bodies. Was this due to the comparative legality of Dianabol and other vitamins in this era, or due to the greater upper body strnegth required of the press or the concentric workout one gets when cautiously lowering iron plates? Or all three? Or some more?

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    Strong mofos. Love the variety of techniques. Lots of power and split cleans and snatches. Some of the presses have very little layback.

    Technique seems very uniform these days. A couple of guys doing squat jerks but that's all the difference you see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEbigUsmall View Post
    What decade was this?
    Late 1960s.

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    starting strength coach development program
    Clearly they are all paleo.

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