If it works for you and you like to pull that way go ahead, but understand that the bar starts moving up when hips are in the right position and the shoulders/scapula are over the bar.
Look at Mikhail Koklyaev’s pull. His background in oly lifting shows thru but he went on to be a successful strongman and powerlifter. The big russian man starts low like for a clean but then brings raises his hips, bracing and locking in his torso, building tension until he hits that sweet spot of hip position to actually initiate the pull.
So pull however you like but remember that ripping up the bar from a position with low hips will probably cause your hips to shoot up. Try like Koklyaev and raise your hips from the lower position building tightness and taking the slack out the bar and then initiate.