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  • Sit-up portion of PST

    In the instructions posted by Mr. Williams you are to "return lower edge of shoulder blade to deck" while performing the sit-up portion of the PST. What constitutes the lower edge of the shoulder blade? Thanks for any info.
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    Re: Sit-up portion of PST

    Don't worry about it that much, just make sure you feel your shoulder blade hit the ground and get your elbows to the top 1/3 of your thigh and don't let your hands come off your shoulders.

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