Cool vid Brooke!I personally think there is nothing wrong with your hip movement forward, it helps with the levering movement. If you can keep your back as rigid and arched as possible the bar will go not much forward. Your shoulders stay in front and above the bar awesome, and beautiful knees going under the bar. Your squat is lightning quick. (awesome quads) If you could've managed slightly better shoulder "locking" you would've made the second ond as well. I think you are on the right track definitely!Thanks Sjaak. I just think a little bit of my banging into the bar may be due to my having to get the hips back in so fast because they are so far back and then they bang into the bar making it loop a little. I do need to hold that arch a lot tighter. Thanks for pointing that out I bet that lines most of it out. I like a low hips start personally, but I am going to raise it up a tad because I am on the tall side for this sport and think that may be why the bar is going away from me at the start and then making me have to tilt a little to much to let the bar clear the knees, which I think gets the hips back too far and the upper body too horizontal at start of the second pull. (run on sentence from hell)Sjaak
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