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Old 07-28-2009, 03:21 PM   #4
jake oleander
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Originally Posted by Greg Everett View Post
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.
thanks for the advice! it should be easy to fix the start, but getting under the bar fasterwill probably take a bit of work. thanks again.
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