Olympic Lifting Exercise Demo - How To Do The Snatch
Olympic Lifting - The Snatch
The snatch is one of the two exercises seen in Olympic weightlifting.
It's an explosive exercise where you lift the bar from the floor to overhead in one fluid motion.
The explosive nature and range of motion need to perform the snatch safely and correctly mean it's not suited for everyone. However there are many variations of the lift so there's an option for everyone.
Setting Up Correctly
- Feet hip width apart
- Arms out wide
The Overhead Squat is a difficult exercise for many. It's especially hard for those who sit at a desk all day.
Flexibility and mobility is a key factor in getting this exercise right.
The Snatch Variations
There are a number of different snatch variations:
- DB Snatch
- Split Snatch
- KB Snatch
- Power Snatch
- Hang Snatch
- Snatch Pull
- Snatch From Blocks
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