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THP Develoment Update - Deadlift


The young rugby league boys have been back into it now for almost two months. They have been training hard and progressing well. The above video is of Ben Quinlan deadlifting 130 kg x 3 reps @ 75 kg body weight, not a bad effort. Again, he had more in the tank but there is no need for us to go crazy as we are about long term progress and the boys are actually playing at the moment. The goal is to be healthy for the field.

All the boys are much stronger and a lot fitter than last year so they have set themselves up for a good season. Alfie has had a set back with injury but I am confident he will return from his shoulder injury at a good level and be able to improve on his results last year.

The hard work never stops but it is good to see some progress along the way.

#Rugbyleague #progress #Strengthtraining #Deadlift #strength #BenQuinlan

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