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Need help in olympic lifts
I’m just going to post links to my videos of my olympic lifts here. Feel free to comment and give feedback, I would appreciate it.
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Walter Feeney

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February 17, 2014 – 9:44 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…..j767xQQWH8 Power clean less weight this one I thought looked the best. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…..SBw2xfTYtI Front Squat

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…..qD-4UfZsrI Power clean more weight not as good as the one with less weight, but better than what I’ve been doing. 

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For the front squat, you need a tighter upper back. Maybe its a mobility problem. Check out the other parts also if you want. 

http://www.allthingsgym.com/la…..nt-squats/

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February 19, 2014 – 11:13 pm
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Thanks for the feedback man. Did you see anything with my power cleans?

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Should I keep my feet a little past shoulder width?

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Front Squat : Feet shoulder width, you need to keep elbows high the whole time. 

Try to push your elbows up as high as you can as you go down and up. 

Power Clean: Couple things I see hips are starting a little too high drop the butt arch the back a little more roll the shoulders back get that chest out. Keep shoulders just in front of bar.

Once you start to rise keep that back positioning. Then when your shrug don’t throw your head back keep eyes looking forward. Shift feet hip to shoulder width. Get in about a 20 percent squat and catch the bar. Also your elbows are bending before your pull this means you are using upper body and this doesn’t translate and will not lead to leg power being converted into bar height. Arms need to be like cables until after the triple extension and shrug. 

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Thanks Kevin!

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