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11 pound sledge lever x 3 reps

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NealB

I machined two aluminum pieces, roughly 0.5p each and it's a 10p sledge . I'm trying to catch up to Joe lol 

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Joseph Sullivan

This video is not loading, Neil. I’ll check you tube to see if it’s there.

 

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Joseph Sullivan

Nice job! I do have one recommendation. Hold the hammer out to the side rather than the front. This is much harder to do and is more visually appealing in this fashion. I got this recommendation originally from Marco Buhl about a year ago. I’m very glad I did. It’s nearly impossible to cheat in this fashion. It is easy to cheat when it is in the front of the body, making it tempting to use body English to launch the hammer. 

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NealB

Thanks for the suggestion Joe. I agree, it would be hard to cheat on the side. I will practice this and post another video. I always enjoy your advice and also appreciate you posting. Thanks for your time. 

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Joseph Sullivan
1 hour ago, NealB said:

Thanks for the suggestion Joe. I agree, it would be hard to cheat on the side. I will practice this and post another video. I always enjoy your advice and also appreciate you posting. Thanks for your time. 

My pleasure, Neil! Keep up the good work man!!🔥👍🏻

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