The Importance of the Jerk Balance For Footwork

The break up jerk is basically a two-phase with the back foot landing to start with and therefore gaining traction to start with. This has the impact of pushing the bar forward under the bar as it locks out overhead.

 

This exercising teaches the proper “prancing” motion of the front foot whilst reinforcing the push from the shoulders in front of the neck. If this is a dilemma of yours or a person of your athletes, include the motion early in the session until finally the footwork will become very well ingrained.

 

As extra proficiency is reached, the exercising can be step by step moved even more back in the work out until finally it can be eradicated completely.