Alexus your aim to to chunk on 20kg to your FS this year. You have 6months and YOU WILL FRONT SQUAT 65KG. And don't tell me it's impossible to add 20kg to your 45kg!
yeah, that's fair. i really am doing everything i can to get a bodyweight front squat! i suppose i'll need to be able to squat it in order to be able to snatch it.
I think your not recovering well enough in your sessions.
part of why i dropped the cleans is that it felt like too much work with serious squat sessions 3x per week.
my snatches have got worse (feel heavier) since starting the RSR. i figured they would, though. i'm prepared to suck that up for the moment knowing that when the squat volume / intensity / whatever goes down then standing up snatches becomes limiting my squat needs to be my priority for the moment. at least until it won't be the limiting factor anytime soon.
I know I don't NEED to lift more than 3 times a week... But I WANT to.
I'm trying to eat more (especially protein) to help me recover from squats.
I need to roll / mobilize daily or the positions get really stiff.
Lifting would at least be 80%
So that is 30kg for snatching. I can do good technique work with 20kg (bar + training plates) or 25kg.
I think I need to put the hours into the technique work.
Everything feels 'kinda sorta okayish' but everything also feels not quite perfect. Both the positions and the transitions between the positions.
I want to log the hours doing that.
I enjoy it.
I think I profit from it (it is putting the hours into that that results in my actually hitting a good lift at higher weights)
I think it helps my recovery (it is kinda sorta cardio / mobility / stretching).
I've been going lighter with snatching on my squatting days (light snatching, squat, abs). Then aiming to test my snatch max on non-squatting days (snatch, then a couple assistance e.g., chins, pushups, GHR (natural, stick assisted, inverted row). And that is all, really.
(I should be able to move my own bodyweight around comfortably, I think, and it still feels a bit too 'strength training' for my liking).