Hi there. Ive been getting a little depressed lately about my lack of progress in the lifts...specifically progress in the amount of weight i can lift. I can feel that I have made fantastic progress in form/technique, but that hasnt yet transfered over to lifting more weight. For example, several months ago 50kg was my max snatch, and that lift was UGLY! The other day i managed 50kg for 10 great feeling lifts. 52.5kg felt good, but i couldnt make 55kg. So essentially, I have improved by just 2.5kg on my lousy 50kg over the course of many months.I understand and beleive in the idea of technique, technique, technique...and keeping weight relatively low so as to drill in fantastic habits/technique/speed etc. That approach is definately working in terms of skill development. But im curious if my lack of progress in the amount of weight i can lift is becuase i dont challenge myself often enough with 'heavy' weight? I wanted to know how you guys make progress/ how often you train light/fast, and how often you go 'heavy'. Also interested in any other opinions you guys might have.Cheers!!
What is your body weight? How old are you? How much experience do you have weight training? How much time have you spent weightlifting?The typical workout that you posted as "10x40kg" mean 10 single attempts at 40kg?For filming purposes, I use a tripod, start recording, perform a rep, stop recording. I then only capture the video footage of my lifts and not me walking to the platform and setting up my lift. It would be great to get some footage of you.
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