I can't say that this will be. But it means the difference between Master of Sport and World Class (achieved fairly). I remember Denisov telling me that MSIC not being difficult. I believe that it is possible now to feel that way. Difficulty comes from a frame of reference. His frame of reference is different from mine. I do not have his. MS had been achieved in LC though unofficially I feel that will not go away(the ability to do this). I can't wait to see what will happen next. When I started this I didn't rank VII. That proves that anyone can do this(Master of Sport or beyond). It comes in steps/levels and mindsets. See where you end up after the initial training phase and constantly learn. Don't stop learning. Valery is an invaluable resource second to none in the kettlebell world. He did 110 snatches each hand with 32 kg at 76 kg BW.
I did 55 each hand with 32kg at 70 kg.
He has a champion's talent, frame, coach, discipline, and work ethic. Though I do not at this point I will keep pursuing it and learning even though I am a "Master". Discipline and passion can be groomed and it will build on it self in the training hall. The specifics about what I learned are based on my rack position and my frame and what Valery wanted me to do about 1.5 years ago. It didn't feel right before at all. Even when making Master of Sport and beyond my rack position and the ascent of the jerk didn't feel quite right. Now it does and I am doing what he said. Let us see.