Inconsistency of footwork can pose a host of problems when...
Inconsistency of footwork can pose a host of problems when practicing the Olympic lifts. Some of these challenges include reduction of speed under the bar, unstable bottom/catch position, and a less efficient reorientation to the rack position. All of the above possibly resulting in a missed attempt on the bar. Bummer.
An easy way to gain volume in practicing your footwork outside of simply just jumping and landing is to set your feet where you want them to land during all of your squat efforts. This will put more time under tension at that specific position to help the body gain an awareness of where the feet should go when making that transition.
Here I am playing around with some concentric (bottom up) squats teaching my body how to get tight before standing up with the weight. Thank you @marksmellybell for gifting me a bunch of #SlingShot products to experiment with during lifting. Variety is the spice of life.
Video cred: Money Maker Mike, I need this camera.
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