I'm with Sharebear, I just push through usually if it has a momentum component. For some things like the inverted presses I might use my other hand to help balance or reduce the reps to make it safer. But mostly I just push through so long as there is no really pain and I'm just working hard. I'm at the point that I can do 25 lbs for snatches, but 20's feel comfortable and I like the idea of increasing reps and speed with them. So satisfying to finally get the flow with this move!
Working on my VW moves and going from double-handed to single...
Like everyone, I have a stronger and a weaker side. How are other folks training for that?
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