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|9/12/2014 10:04:15 AM - seth
You answered Martin's question here.
I was looking for clarification on your answer. I am also looking for more pop and hitting depth. Did you mean Jack brief/Jack suit combo?
Have you done the Jack/Ace combo? If so, how did that change the lift for you?
Also, I wanted to thank you for your help on a Jack Sumo DL Suit. The sizing was perfect and I had a good DL only meet back in August. I am totally hooked now on multiply!
I'm glad to hear the deadlift suit fit you well and that you had a good meet.Good stuff!
If you were to wear jack over jack then it will be easier to get to depth than if you were ace over ace. The Jack is cut different which allows for a person to not have to fight for depth as much, but at the same time isn't as supportive at the bottom as the ace. If you are a rebound squatter with a faster decent or dip at the bottom then this combo will work well for you. If you're looking for the best of both worlds then you can go ace over jack or jack over ace. Wear the ace over jack if you more more support than rebound or jack over ace if you want more rebound than support. You have to decide which will work best for you.
I have tried the jack suit over the ace briefs and it worked well, but wasn't for me. I am an ace on ace guy and love the support I get from it. It has more than enough rebound for me and I don't mind fighting for depth here and there.
I hope this is of some help to you, but please let me know if you need anything else.
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