Sometimes, people get frustrated in the gym. Especially guys... we're hard to instruct, we just want to lift heavy, now. We all need to remember that, in the sport of Olympic Lifting, it's very technique specific. We saw oly lifting come and go as the "Globo" gym introduced cheap memberships and steep introductory fees. Their specialty was nothing. They didn't (and still don't) exist to make better athletes. They packed their floor space with injury resistant isometric machines designed for specific movements. We traded mobility for big muscle, and flexibility for joint issues.
The point is not to bash the Globo gym. Some people like that, some people don't, thats life. The point I am trying to make is that you shouldn't get frustrated when your lift sucks. This isn't a bicep curl machine... instruction is required.
Technique is learned. Both from an instructor, and yourself. Do you remember when you finally got the kip? The handstand walk? These are movements with their own technique as well! That was more of a personal "feeling" for the motion than a learned set of movements. Remember that as we lift, eventually, the technique will come to you, you'll just start to "feel" it, and when you do, your PR goes up, your lift stops sucking, and you're ready for more weight. Now get to work!
Run to RR Track
40 1- arm DB Snatch (per arm)
30 OH Squat (135/115)
20 Toe to Bar