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Good Progress Heading Into the Rugby League Season


Good session from Marcus on Monday morning hitting a few PB's. The above video is 102.5kg for 5 reps with a high heel elevation. In October last year he back squatted 90kg x 5 reps with a low heel elevation so his strength has come along nicely. When he goes back to that type of squat I am sure he will crush that previous lift.

He also finished off with 87.5kg x 10 reps on the regular back squat. Good consistent work has set him up for these strength gains and for the rugby league season ahead.

We will continue to work on technique and weaknesses and hopefully see some more progress like this after the next cycle.

#TeamTHP #MarcusMoore #NorthSydneyBears #Rugbyleague #Backsquat #strength #progress

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