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Old 01-25-2009, 02:03 PM   #4
Ben Shechet
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Originally Posted by George Mounce View Post
That tells me his jerk is a lot stronger than his clean if he doesn't need to quarter squat to jerk it. I was wondering, is a double bounce at the bottom ideal? Looks like he crashed came up 2-3" and used the reflex to stand. That too tells me his jerk is the stronger part of the lift.

All in all though, very nice lift.

Bounce usually indicates that the bar has been caught slightly out of position, or in this case (as it looked pretty spot-on), that the weight is really f****** heavy.

That's a beautiful lift. We have a junior 69 at our club who snatches 97 and C&Js around 120, but man, 155? If he stays healthy he'll go really far.
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