|10-19-2005, 11:06 AM||#14|
One thing I've notice that seems to happen with lifters who get up on their toes early is that the bar usually ends up out in front.
UNLESS you pull back so far you end up in a "C" position at the top off the pull like this:
Turkey's Sagir Tanir
or Justin Brimhall:
Not an easy style to replicate or coach, I would imagine.
You can see the weight starts to shift forward on Eva's foot well before she has finished the pull, yet she finishes the pull nearly vertical. The bar ends out in front.
I shudder to think what my feet are doing. I think they start back on the heels, rock forward during the 1st pull, then rock back during the second pull. Of course at the top of the pull I'm on my toes once again, the triple extension. A lot of movement. Traditionally I just let my hips rise too soon, swing the heck out of the bar, and catch grief from any number of Burgeners standing nearby.
(Message edited by Lincoln on October 19, 2005)
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