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Old 10-11-2013, 02:05 AM   #8
Charlie Reynolds
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it's quite normal to revert to old habits near max, this will get better over time as you know. It's just about reinforcing the new/good habits ie lots of good quality volume (obviously the more good quality work near 100% the better but one step at a time!). Don't worry about hearing/forcing the rattle, that's a product of close contact and powerful hip extension. A couple of things to work on IMO keep your weight a bit more centred/mid foot for the first pull (your toes are coming up which suggests your weight is too far in the back of the heel) and keep your elbows turned out/pronated throughout the pull - your arms should be long and loose (then punch and push!) but I think this may be the main culprit of your short pulling etc ie you're trying to finish the pull with your arms.
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