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TRAINING PHOTOS: Monday 20th January 2020

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#15's tongue needs it's own jumper.  What a ripper!!

Thanks for the shots, awesome

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Great photos 6, love the ruck ones. Preuss is a scary sight a few feet in the air. Apart from that the Kozzie shots are wonderful.

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28 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Amazeballs

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Everyone should look at these pictures to have a look at the definition on CP5.

You do not get that way without being in incredible shape combined with a low body fat percentage. 

He is in ripping shape.

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1 minute ago, Nelo said:

Looks like Jackson already has more muscle definition than Lever. 

Plenty of players have looked like tanks next to Dustin Fletcher over the years.

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Tremendous work!

Love Petracca busting through 2 tacklers to still get a "kick" away. I've got a feeling he's going to deliver some highlights.

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I love how Salem is seemingly the only player who doesn’t lift his non-ball drop hand in the air just as he is about to kick.

There must be something I that.

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Gee whiz Sparrow looks like a young Todd Viney.

 

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12 hours ago, Clint Buzzkill said:

I love how Salem is seemingly the only player who doesn’t lift his non-ball drop hand in the air just as he is about to kick.

There must be something I that.

what? 😂 are you going by that one still photo?

I think you'll find that he does the same as everybody else. Lifting the non drop hand to provide balance.

Image result for christian salem

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Also thanks again so much for all the photos @Six6Six I'm unable to get down to training due to work so the training reports along with these incredible prolific shots are really great to scroll through. Amazing work

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These photos are so good they make Viney’s runners look like they have studs on the bottom of them.

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21 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Who's number 17?

Its Hibberd. Not wearing his usual #14

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Great Vision,    who is wearing #44   the arm definition looks impressive   Thanks for the photos really great

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15 hours ago, Clint Buzzkill said:

I love how Salem is seemingly the only player who doesn’t lift his non-ball drop hand in the air just as he is about to kick.

There must be something I that.

I sparked this debate last year and I think the great thing about Salem is he has such an economical kicking action and balance he can quickly and reliably gather the ball, change direction and get the ball to his boot and where he wants it to go. 

A number of posters found photos where he’s more exaggerated in his action but I’d expect they are where he’s winding up for a longer kick. 

I wish we had more players with balance and a fast release to their kicking actions. 

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1 hour ago, 640MD said:

Great Vision,    who is wearing #44   the arm definition looks impressive   Thanks for the photos really great

It's Joel Smith. He must be eating his spinach..   strong to the finich!!!

 

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