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Old 05-04-2013, 07:17 PM   #13
Scott Keefer
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Originally Posted by Blake Barnes View Post
Scott,

It looks like you move pretty well and have a good sense of the technique. You're doing a good job keeping the bar close and staying over it during the first pull. In the second pull, you're lacking extension from the knees and the ankles so all the power is coming from the hips. Think about pushing against the floor with your legs as long as you can and getting that full extension. This may be the reason why you're jumping forward as well. I would suggest doing snatch/clean pulls to help.

Also, if your want to gain some overhead strength, do some presses/push presses and snatch presses/push presses behind the neck. You can do clean-grip overhead squats or squat jerks as a warm-up instead.

Additionally, I agree with Richard and Javier when they say you should have a coach with you that knows what they're talking about to help correct you as you train.
Thanks for the feedback man.

I will work on what you said I do notice that my knees never get fully extended. I watch a lot of my videos slowed down on Kinova, and that helps out a lot.

I will think about pushing down more against the ground more though.

I have been feeling like my snatch is getting better and I am getting a better sense of sending the bar up and not so far out.

I will upload some new videos this week coming up.

I have recently starting doing a lot more behind the neck push presses and standing OHP's.

These seem to be helping a lot.

Overall man thanks for the advice, If you got any more or see anything new share it with me, anything is appreciated.

I will get up to Akron to see Daniel Bell soon if I can. It will have to be some time during the summer as I got finals next week and then I am done with college.

Pretty happy about that!

Thanks Everyone.

I do agree with the clean and snatch pulls too, I will start doing these more.
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