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Lateral movement

This is generally performed after the lift is completed, but it is an option if it is not feasible to do a full warm up of the movement, or if the lift is too long. This can take place in the beginning of the lift or in the first few minutes after lifting. The lifter first places one foot on the ground (or on a squat rack), and then rotates his body about 45 degrees from the starting point, so that his shoulder is directly over the ball of his foot (the middle of his foot), and he is looking straight out at the person to his right (the lifter’s partner). While rotating the lifter’s body about 45 degrees, the lifter must feel some control as he moves his arms so they do not come into contact with his partners body. The position where this is possible to do it is just off to the side where the lifter is holding a set of barbells that are about 1 to 1 1/2 feet apart. The lifter’s partner lifts the barbell between his hands (holding the ends) or with his hands, as he lifts the barbell. The lifter does all of the movement without touching his partner or putting pressure on the barbell. In some cases, the lifter will lift the barbell with the hands and the partner will lift the barbell with the elbows. If the partners hold the barbells with the hands, the lifter should not touch the barbells with the hands. If the partners lift the barbell with the elbows, the lifter must not touch the barbells with the elbows. The lifter should still have control over his body as he is moving about 90 degrees to the direction of the lifter’s partners’ heads. Again, this movement is an option if it is time consuming to do in a warm up.

Inverted lateral movement

This is done after the lift is complete and it may take place anywhere along the lift path and/or during the beginning of the lift. The lifter first places one foot on the ground (or on a squat rack), then rotates his body about 90 degrees from the starting line, so that his back is parallel to the ground, and he is still looking straight ahead. This kind of lateral movement is not particularly comfortable to do, so it is a good warm up and may be done at the beginning of the lift, especially if there is a long distance in the course of the lift that it is