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Oh, and as far as “loading sequence” Kelly is most likely referring to setting the shoulder in the back of the socket as well as externally rotating the shoulder during the eccentric and concentric phases. This external rotation will help to create torque on the bar which is much less demanding since the barbell is a fixed plane whereas something like a kettlebell requires more stabilization as well as torque during a pressing motion e.g. floor press, overhead press.