From a technical standpoint, there many areas in which any part of the lifts may go wrong. Whether it be due to positional error, or simply by failure to execute technique, there are multiple ways to correct a problem an athlete may be having that is causing less than ideal or missed lifts. One of the ways that is the most successful is implementing a corrective exercise to address the issue. This entails properly identifying the problem and coming up with a fix that is both helpful and performable by the athlete (i.e. prescribing press from snatch for someone who has an issue with catching the barbell with the chest tall) may not pay dividends. More often than not the best drill is what that can be implemented during the athlete’s empty bar warm up this way they are forced to perform the correction day after day. Through the repetitive and daily use of new drill the athlete slowly incorporates this new addition into their lifting technique. If the athlete fails to bring the bar into the hips during final extension a lat pull or power position drill can be included. If the bar is getting away from the lifter after extension muscle snatch variations can be added. In this way the coach can use trial and error as to which drills best suit the athlete’s capabilities and provides the intended result.