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Old 02-15-2014, 09:18 PM   #1
Robert Lucas
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Default Snatch Technique Help

Hey everybody!

I'm looking for some critique on my snatch technique. I've been weightlifting for around 4 months. Around the time I started, I had an L4 or L5 disc bulge that occurred during a set of back squats with poor technique.

Following the injury, I revamped my technique and have been attempting to get as close as I can to perfect form, especially in the bottom position. I also dropped a lot of weight on every lift, as you can see.

I do not have a proper pair of lifting shoes, which does affect my form to some degree.
Thanks for the help!



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