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Old 02-19-2011, 09:49 PM   #1
Pete Gordon
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Default Snatch analysis #2

This weekend I went in a small time meet. First competition for the calendar year. I"ve got 5 competitions left this year.

Here's a video of my 2nd attempt. I got three white lights. Although it's not the best angle to critique the lift, I'd love some feedback.

I've overcome the hurdle of not lifting my hips early onwards. I've fixed this by building stronger leg strength as well as changing my footing and opening up my groin more in the starting position.

It's getting under the bar that I really struggle with. I can Full Clean / Snatch lighter weights (up to around 80%), after that point, I'm just not able to do it. It's obviously a confidence thing. What else are my loose links to the chain ?

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