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Old 03-29-2012, 01:38 AM   #92
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Now I see why everyone says Olympic lifts are hard to teach. I just don't feel like I'm doing this explosively enough.

My buddy has a problem to whereas he's trying to pull the weight from his knees using the muscles in his arms and shoulders. I'm no coach at them, but I told him I believe the momentum from the jump is supposed to cause the bar to go upward completely vertical. Am I correct?
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