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Alyssa Ritchey Training Adjustments


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Leading up to Alyssa Ritchey’s massive 185kg total at 49kg bodyweight at the American Open Finals, she and coach Max Aita made some significant adjustments to her training. Find out what those changes were and why they were made.

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