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Honestly it looks pretty good...the starting position is fine, i think you can maybe get a tad more hip extension but looks good man! keep it up
Thanks for the feedback guys, will keep working!
here is a video of my clean, any advice is much appreciated!
Ive been really getting into Olympic lifting and want to perfect the technique and feedback is great!
you are defiantly not locking out at the top, knees dont looked straightened...other than that not bad
Not in the commercial gyms, but more so private, smaller clubs...just ask around
what type of shoes are you squatting in and on what surface?
and no flat feet have nothing to do it with
whats your background education?
I know some fitness clubs will allow you to "shadow" other trainers to gain that experience...it may mean youll have to work without pay, but thats an option to get...
post videos of both...and "soreness" or "pain" is a not a good indicator of whether you are doing something wrong or right
try thumbless on pullups, this will give less inclination to involve your bis and more lat activation (pulling from your lats)..basically keeps you from squeezing on the bar, which ultimately...
low bar is where you position the bar...and your squat will look a bit different based on it
slow down you decent, for sure...also are you doing a high or low bar squat?...either way you are goodmorning the sh!t out of the weight, you especially see in the 120kg squat (pause it at the 42...
stick your chest out more and pull from the elbows
you scared me with your initial rounding of the back... for second i thought you were going to pull like that!
doesnt look bad, id tuck my head in personally though
you weigh it uncooked..weighing it cooked would mean you weighing the water as well
stop jerking the bar off the ground...and as far i can see you are already lifting with a rounded back....get set, really tense up your whole body, especially your back and then start the lift
yeah Ill take one with a better angle next time...thanks for your input though
...i know it isnt the best angle, but would appreciate if you were tell me if my depth was good and if I am hitting at least parallel
...just for my personal reference
also any input on...
Honestly i cant pick out anything wrong, apart from keeping your elbows tucked in more...good job!
Honestly a solid lift...the only thing i would mention is to keep your weight shifted on your heels when you starting the lift