Here is a picture of Cody King’s receiving position from his 170 kilo Clean & Jerk. Catch at the highest point and ride the bar down. The “Catch of the bar should be smooth with no “Crashing” on the body. This is accomplished with drill after drill with lighter weights. Feel and timing for the bar should never be sacrificed in favor for heavier weights. Take your time to warm up, and if it does not feel right technically perform more warm ups. You are training a groove/movement pattern. This is not just about getting a pump or getting work done for the sake of getting it done. Establish quality of movement in order to benefit later in Competition when everything needs to be perfect. That’s what separates our program from many other programs out there today.