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Hello, i saw joe doing an rdls with bumper plates and he stops right before the plates touching the floor.
Is it from a flexible stand point or from a force production stand point?
When I’m doing my rdls with bumper plates i always stop on the floor because my hams are very flexible so I started to stand on a high platform.
Do i need to always try to get to much range as possible with good form on RDLS? Or is it ok to just kinda stretch them and in my case, stop short to parallel to the floor?
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