The music is a nice touch. Still better are the guy’s “shtangetki” (weightlifting shoes) – Soviet/Russian made, devoid of any consumerist stripes or logos. His are just like my old pair, with the blue stripe (as opposed to the red). Every so often some confused soul would ask, “Are those bowling shoes?” Though simple, they are great shoes, just as good if not better than anything Adidas has put out. They last, too.
As for the videos, the guy’s technique is creditable, but the execution of the lifts is not as crisp as it could be, in part because the guy is using pretty light weights (those green bumper plates are just 10 kg). Thus, for example, when he snatches he starts his “podryv” (or what I think most English language texts prefer to call “second pull”) the bar is well below his groin. That is easy to do when the weight is light, but it won’t work with a decent load.
One thing I do criticize heavily are the pull videos, for both the snatch and clean pulls: there is no intensity there, the execution is sloppy, lazy even, and there is NO reason to step back after completing the pull. Pulls should be done with the same intensity and concentration as a snatch or clean.
After completing the pull, don’t keep your hands on the bar, and lower the bar by at least guiding it or controlling its descent more deliberately to work the eccentric phase. I’d suggest using straps when doing pulls (but not when doing snatches and cleans unless for a special reason).