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Topic: snatch problems (Read 547 times)
Sep 30, 2007, 02:16 PM »
ive recently started snatching again after several months out after shoulder surgery, i previously had about 4 months solid coaching and my technqiue was pretty sound, got up a best of 70 @ 75 and competed once before i started getting shoulder probs.
Anyway my problem (one of them anyway) is that before the op i used to make contact consistently at the top of my thigh but now the bar is making contact all over the place, usually much higher and it can be quite painful if the contact is too hard. is this a common problem caused by something simple such as pulling to early?
Ill try and get a vid up soon but any general solutions to this would be appreiciated.
Total 180 @ 75
Re: snatch problems
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Sep 30, 2007, 02:31 PM »
For me the starting position makes the biggest difference in where the bar contacts. Make sure your start is consistant and see how that works.
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