Meaning that the force I can apply to pull myself down is less, while at the same time adding to the height at which the bar rises and also creating more of a floating effect as the bar must slow down enough to where my pulling will transfer from moving the bar up and me down to more of moving me down.
This is why I'm not sure if it is a bar weight relative to body weight thing or not, as the guy probably weighs more than me.
It is one of the most difficult movements a CrossFit athlete has to learn.
The more you can drill this into your mechanics, the more comfortable you will be will pulling under the barbell in the full overhead squat position! Step 1: Stand with feet between hip and shoulder-width apart, holding a kettlebell in your right hand at shoulder level.