Originally Posted by Carl1174
Think of it as if you were shrugging the bar up and losing it, you would want it to fly up in a straight line. As it gats to the top of its natural path from the pull, you are actually loosing the bar, spinning the hands under it and catching it on the shoulders.
Its a throw then a catch if you know what i mean, or am I making no sense
sorry if Ive over confused it mate... that wasnt the intention, it looked like you were doing fine anyway
This part of the lift is the part that is the hardest to learn, so I need all the help I can get Carl, so no way are you confusing it. I do know exactly what you mean, and now its just a matter of implementing it. I might even practice them before next shoulder day.