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Old 06-02-2013, 01:24 PM   #3
Max Bernosky
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Originally Posted by Greg Everett View Post
Try t get the bar farther back toward your throat in the rack position and smooth out the start of the dip - you're dropping out from under it a bit, so the bar is stuttering on your shoulders. Then you get a bit bogged down in the bottom of the dip. If you can fix those 3 things, you should be able to make this wt. Smooth dip, be springy in the bottom of the dip, and keep the bar settled more securely in the rack position.
Thanks for the advice. Here are two attempts trying to do what you stated. I felt way better with the bar back in my throat like that. Does it look like it is fixed?

I don't quite get what you mean by smoothen the dip? I tried going slower for the dip, does it look better? Still failed though!



What do you mean by dropping out from under the dip?

is anything else popping out from this angle? or do you think I should be hitting this?! I feel like I'm popping it up decently high and should be sticking this with ease. I don't quite get it!
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