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Old 05-19-2012, 04:18 PM   #1
Tyler Beckman
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Question Lift critiques

I have been working on technique for the snatch and clean and jerk for a while now and am going to start strictly Olympic lifting instead of doing the previous 5/3/1. I have limited equipment and was wondering if anyone could comment on my lifts. I feel like my snatch is pretty solid until I try to PR at 145lbs. I always seem to look down and cant get the weight stable and overhead at 145lbs. I was clean and jerking at 155lbs Here are a few of the videos and any advice and drills to improve what is wrong will be helpful. Thanks!

Snatch: http://youtu.be/MwCsQEuY0LU

Clean and jerk: http://youtu.be/ECgO0h-nxJw
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