* Ace Member *
- Oct 25, 2021
Sounds good, give it a whack/post it.I'll try these things.
My foot still seems turned back really far, so I'll also try a few tricks to get it parallel. That might be one of those things I need to overcorrect until my brain stops goofing it up.
IMHO the hardest part about optimizing the move off the drive leg is that it really requires excellent balance and movement, and also stability in the supporting muscles in that rear leg that I definitely did not get from my Olympic training lifts. I've had to start dipping into a whole different area of fitness to pull that off, and I can still barely do it. It's much easier to learn in standstills first for all of those reasons. You appear younger and fitter than me so if you're patient with that you have a chance.