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Old 06-19-2013, 03:22 PM   #14
Javier Sanjuan
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Location: Originally from Queens, NY; live in Manhattan, KS (Army Captain)
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Elliott,

Yes, I saw it. Thanks for posting it up.

I don't see anything too wrong. In general, you have the right motions and it seems like you're focusing on doing things correctly. If there's ONE thing I could suggest, it's staying back on your heels a little more. It looks like you're spring forward doing your drive up rather than going straight up. Focus on keeping that pressure point through the front of the heel cup for as long as you possibly can before you get onto your toes to finish the drive. Your 175-lb jerk was your best one, in my humble opinion. I would say that's a good "working weight" for you to use to beat mechanics in and still feel the need to execute each part of the jerk correctly.

Keep up the good work!

Best,
Javi
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