Yes Arden, that's it. And a good way to do it is to wait with the final shrug until you feel the bar on the thighs. Sjaak
It seems to me that the same would apply when the bar is in the hip crease on the snatch.I'll get this, so help me.
QuoteIt seems to me that the same would apply when the bar is in the hip crease on the snatch.I'll get this, so help me.Yes, you are right about the snatch. Don't over-worry too much about it though, it'll come to you with persistent practice. You're doing great as it is. Try to remember your own personal cues. Your hang lifts will help greatly in getting the pull above the knees as good as can be.Sjaak
Hey those snatches in your most recent video were looking really good - keep up the good work!Just a thought, it seemed like the ones you were losing at the end were due to not pulling it back enough. It may help to think of pushing back off your heels during the second pull, kind of like you are jumping up and slightly backwards. I believe you want to finish the second pull with your shoulders a bit behind your feet (take everything I say with a grain of salt because I'm very new to this too).Anyway, this may be something that will fix itself naturally as you start using heavier weight, since that weight looked incredibly light for you.
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