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Old 02-02-2007, 04:28 AM   #1
Bill Ripley
Join Date: Jan 2007
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Default Progression to full squat snatch and squat clean

Learning to do a proper squat snatch and proper squat clean takes time (for me anyway). I got my technique in the squat snatch pretty good before wandering off to split style land, but my squat clean left a lot to be desired even at that time. Now it seems I am starting over with both. I tend to receive the bar in a partial squat position and then squat the rest of the way down before standing back up. Should I keep the weight light until I can get back to receiving in a full squat position or should I move up in weight and let the weight help drive me down?
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