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please comment on form etc.
ninearms wrote:1. Pull the bar back off the floor, not straight up
2. Pull faster and smoother. The bar nearly stops at your knees. People talk about first, second and third pulls but in reality it's just one.
3. Be patient and get the bar higher into the hip pocket before driving the hips through. At the moment you start extending the hips when the bar is barely past your knees.
4. Put more weight on
hoffmeister wrote:please comment on form etc.
Thanks for the advice. But its hard to take any of it seriously because of your first comment. Long hair is the corner stone of real stregnth.
-Hair is clearly getting in the way, notice in the setup how you waste energy getting it out of the way. Easy issue to fix.
- Your second pull is good, would focus more on the first pull and carrying that speed to the 2nd pull. It looks like you deadlift the bar off the group, for cleans the bar needs to be further in front and not touching your shins at all. Maybe setup with hips lower and bar more over the base of your toes.
- Other thing on your first clean you jump off the floor with feet flat, second one you go more onto your toes which is what you want. Think extend up onto toes rather than jump.
hoffmeister wrote: It was actually some good advice I got. I need more flexability in the thoracic spine and I got an exercise with foam roller.
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