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4 Exercises to Strengthen Your Receiving Position in the Snatch - BarBend

Here are four exercises functional fitness athletes can do during classes or after WODs to improve their overhead performance in the snatch.

Using behind the neck exercises to improve the overhead position of the snatch and jerk for Olympic weightlifting

Get it Behind Your Neck: Improving the Snatch and Jerk Overhead Position by Greg Everett - Olympic Weightlifting - Catalyst Athletics - Olympic Weightlifting

The snatch is quite possibly the most technical lift in all of weight training.  The combination of strength, power, timing, and mobility is quite unique to this movement.  For most, the greatest are of concern when learning the snatch is positioning during the receiving phase.  Of course this is the same bottom position for the …

Fixing the Snatch and Overhead Squat Position

The snatch is quite possibly the most technical lift in all of weight training. The combination of strength, power, timing, and mobility is quite unique to this movement. For most, the greatest are of concern when learning the snatch is positioning duri

The importance of confidence to be successful in Olympic weightlifting

A Mental Problem Many of You Have: Confidence in Weightlifting by Matt Foreman - Olympic Weightlifting - Catalyst Athletics - Olympic Weightlifting

A sample flexibility and stretching program for weightlifters to improve mobility for the snatch and clean and jerk in weightlifting.

A sample flexibility and stretching program for weightlifters to improve mobility for the snatch and clean and jerk in weightlifting.

How to best learn and develop snatch and clean & jerk technique for Olympic weightlifting.

Six Truths of Olympic Weightlifting Technique by Greg Everett - Olympic Weightlifting - Catalyst Athletics - Olympic Weightlifting

Over at California Strength Glenn Pendlay has a very nice 3 Part “How to Snatch Series” with Jon North, Caleb Ward, Donny Shankle as demonstrators.

How to Snatch Tutorial with Glenn Pendlay

Over at California Strength Glenn Pendlay has a very nice 3 Part “How to Snatch Series” with Jon North, Caleb Ward, Donny Shankle as demonstrators.

How to learn Olympic weightlifting, the snatch, clean and jerk, as an older adult safely and effectively.

How to learn Olympic weightlifting, the snatch, clean and jerk, as an older adult safely and effectively.

A look at the proper starting position for the snatch and clean for Olympic weightlifting

The Olympic Lift Starting Position: Snatch & Clean by Greg Everett - Olympic Weightlifting - Catalyst Athletics - Olympic Weightlifting

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