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Old 07-27-2009, 08:43 PM   #3
Greg Everett
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not too bad. don;t just spaz down into the start position. push your hips back and bend the knees and set the position - shoulders slightly ahead of the bar and the knees, not behind it.

work on a quicker change of direction at the top - aggressive leg drive up, and then immediately pull under the bar. everying needs to be as fast as possible.
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