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Lasha TALAKHADZE 257 KG

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Perils of a Jump-Back Snatch Technique

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Kashirina 175 vs. Zhou 182

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Lasha TALAKHADZE 257 KG

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Kendrick Farris' 209kg C&J

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Sal C&J

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00:23

2012 Raleigh Open: C&J_Final Attempt

55 views   |   10/6/14
Harvey Newton
7 years ago
Bar moves slightly forward off the ground. Watch your dynamic start. At 00:17.18 and 00:17.21 you note the distance the bar is from your chest, and the neutral wrists. Changing this will make a big difference.
00:21

2012 Raleigh Open: Snatch_Final Attempt

38 views   |   10/6/14
Harvey Newton
7 years ago
Very nice lift. You line up fairly close to the bar, which probably contributes to the jump forward observed. You've made some positive changes to your pulling style since and should see this record erased soon.
00:12

TJ 190k Clean&Jerk

82 views   |   7/22/14
Harvey Newton
7 years ago
TJ-

This is such an easy lift. Your power position here, compared to the snatch, is outstanding. More speed at the top, a bit larger step forward under the jerk, and put some more weight on the bar!
00:03

TJ 144 snatch miss

66 views   |   7/22/14
Harvey Newton
7 years ago
Yes, a bit more weight forward (ankles, shoulders, hips higher, etc.) could help. Yes, power position could be improved (clean version is excellent). More speed on top would help. I'll send you some other thoughts via email.

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