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Excerpt: Would it be advised to take olympic lifting classes if you have no experience ? I was thinking about trying it but I dont want to injure my shoulders.

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    Would it be advised to take olympic lifting classes if you have no experience ? I was thinking about trying it but I dont want to injure my shoulders.

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    Re: Olympic lifting

    Yes, it would.

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    Re: Olympic lifting

    a great way to injure your shoulders is clean and jerks. as well as snatches.
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    Re: Olympic lifting

    Quote Quote posted by gulls61 View Post
    Would it be advised to take olympic lifting classes if you have no experience ? I was thinking about trying it but I dont want to injure my shoulders.
    It depends on how I read your question... (bare with me).

    If, as I think you meant, by trying O lifting without being coached you're worried about hurting yourself then by all means get coached. It's your bucks.

    However, it is also entirely possible (as we see with high end competitive athletes) to still get wear and tear anyway.

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    Re: Olympic lifting

    Quote Quote posted by stevesmi View Post
    a great way to injure your shoulders is clean and jerks. as well as snatches.
    Lol

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    Re: Olympic lifting

    Make sure to work the support muscles.

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    Re: Olympic lifting

    Yes. Technique is VERY important for olympic lifting. Not just to lift the most weight possible but also to prevent injury.

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