Patrick,I tend to think that me, you and nearly every lifter that comes to any board is going to have to consistently focus on our form. I seem to have a different problem everytime my hand touches the barbell. There are so many things to remember that it gets overwhelming. One of the keys that has been responsible for my improvement has been to try to do a few things the same everytime. This does not always happen but I try. You need to create yourself a mental checklist and try to run over when you set up for your lifts. If you can get to do several things correctly consistently when a new problem arises you can focus on fixing it without worrying alot about the the other things because they will be in place. I have to do this alot because I train by myself. I try to remember what I have been taught and it is hard. So, don't give up on your lifts because you sure won't progress that way. Start trying to do just a couple things right and maintain them and get better and better. Its hard for me to judge though because you said your lifts don't improve-are you talking technique or strength?
thanks....So basically...stop using my arms...lol.
Turn my elbows out more you mean at the begning of the lift? Like when I start my pull I am not rotated enough?
Push the weight away from me in the clean? I thought you want to keep the bar close?
How can I work staying on my feet more instead of jumping?
thanks a lot!!
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