For some reason I just can't freakin' do these things. It's like I lose all balance as I'm trying to bring it over my head and then stumble around. I only started seriously training for strength a few months ago. Before that...well, let's just say that I'd never really been introduced to the concept of actual strength training. Anyway, so I'm doing some lifts that I'd never done before, including deadlifts, as well as some that I rarely tried, such as squats, plus heavier benches and such at lower reps. And, while these exercises aren't giving me much trouble, the hang snatch for some reason is just killing me, even at lower weights. I'm having a tough time getting underneath the weight, like my legs just don't want to go into the squat position. Is there some kind of mental thing that I just need to work through? It's almost like I'm afraid that my srms aren't going to lock and I'm almost afraid that the weight will fall, but like I said before, it's a balance thing, too, I guess. Are there any assistance lifts that would help me with the hang snatch?