Overhead stuff has always been a weakness of mine, and I've been working really hard to correct that lately. My goal is to improve my overhead lifts enough that I'll be able to do a respectable job at Fatty's strongman this November, even though I won't be a true contender for any of the top spots in my class. Anyway, I tried to teach myself how to jerk. It's not going well, and it is a programming nightmare to have bench presses, jerks, and push presses all in the same week (plus their accessory lifts). Right now my jerk (split) PR is 200lbs. While I haven't tested a fresh push press max in awhile, I do 195 routinely so my PR is probably at least 200lbs. My jerks feel shaky and I know my technique is lousy. Push presses feel solid. I have a decision to make. Keeping in mind that my goal is max weight overhead, is it worth it for me to try to work on my jerk technique, or should I just focus on push presses? Theoretically, I should be able to jerk more weight, but with such poor technique and no coach, I'm not sure if it would be worth it to focus on training this lift. I don't know if I'll really be able to improve much. At least I'm comfortable with push presses and can probably expect some decent progress. Thoughts?