Arden, I concur with Sjaak. You are also correct that you are on the toes too much and far too early. You have a little hitch in your pull, is another way to say it. You are stopping your acceleration for a moment near the top in the mistaken idea that will help you achieve a bigger acceleration when you resume pulling. Instead, you need to pull through that area of the lower thigh trying nothing but to accelerate the bar. Yes, there will be a final little emphasis at the very last moment of the pull, your last blast. But, it will be more subtle and later (milliseconds). Or, another way to say it is, stay on flat feet longer and pull through the top. Also, when you get your chest up in the start, you do better. When you get lazy with the start, the other problems are exaggerated.
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