Stu's comments about the shorts made me larf, I'll add a little to what we talked about:
Well, I am a bit fat and have some lordosis, but I agree, not tight. I was focusing on the high Pull and my wife filming. Bad Oscar.
I'm actually pleased with the angle of the arms, afraid I was pushing it more forward than straight up, given shoulder issues in the past and lack of some mobility.
Well at least you know what to do, that's fine. I actually push my arms back a little instead of just straight up. The way I've heard it described is to think of your arms making a triangle for your body to move through.
For now, High Pulls are where my pressing is. I see so much variatino in form, though. Christian T goes high, whereas some basically power shrug and don't hardly get past belly button. The reason I do all the High Pulls first in the set, is I don't like the part where you lower the bar, until I get that worked out better, it irritates the elbow/forearm. Eventually, I'll split it as you say, if High Pulls move much past Pressing.
that's cool, you'll probably find you get stronger on the high pulls loads faster than the press. I know what you mean about form variation, I actually pull mine a little lower than you. I stop about level with my shoulders. The great thing about high pulls is they're pretty much impossible to do wrong.
And what you're saying about lowering hurting the elbow and shoulder is actually why I don't do heavy clean and press anymore. Hurts my shoulder on the way down and I'm not sure how to fix that
Even in 60 degree garage, I wear it. It gets me in the mood. At least I put shorts on before filming this time
I think you should make it your signature move to always wear something ridiculous in every video you post.