To conclude my "Texbook" series, I wanted to discuss the Jerk. Here we have a Jerk I would refer to as texbook, not because I think it's "perfect." As I've said multiple times, there is no such thing as "perfect" since that term is only relative to the individual. I will however refer to this lift as textbook, in that it has principles that are widely accepted. From the set up, to the Dip & Drive, into the overhead receiving position, this Jerk is a great example to follow.