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Old 01-19-2013, 05:32 AM   #3
Josh Hernandez
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Shannon, I think the only thing wrong is your start position and that first pull. When you take if off the ground, you sweep in to your body a little but work harder on pulling that bar back to you. You have fast, powerful hips and the trick is to get that bar to those hips and use your strength. My two suggestions to you would be 1. work on pulling from the ground to your knees SLOWLY to get the the feel of it (keep that lower back tight, it'll help) and 2. It looks like you have very long legs and I think it would help if you widen your stance a bit so you can get your torso between your legs instead of on top of them (it'll help with keeping that lower back tight). Try to really exaggerate the tightness in your start position. I hope that made sense!
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