Olympic Weightlifting as most of us know is made up of 2 lifts the Snatch and the Clean And Jerk. Both of these motions are technical in nature and it would be worthwhile for you to enroll in a Pilate’s team that is proper and be trained by an experienced weightlifting coach. The mechanisms for the performance of both of these lifts are described below.
The Lifter will grip the bar. The grip’s space is broad. The back is kept at an angle of approximately 45 degrees to the horizontal and the mind is with the eyes looking forward. The thighs are parallel to the ground and the feet are about a shoulder’s width. From this starting position, utilizing the muscles of the glutes, hips, quadriceps and a solid grip on the bar, the lifter will then pull the barbell off the ground and at exactly the exact same time stretch his body upwards to the max until he’s standing on his feet. This maximum extension will create the barbell to grow up to chest level, during which time the lifter will fall down to grab the overhead. It is vital during the pull for the lifter to pull on the barbell as close to his body as this path delivers the least line of resistance. With the overhead, in the squat position, the lifter will stand up.
The Clean and Jerk
The Position for the Clean and Jerk is much like the Snatch, except for the width of the grip that is about a shoulder’s width apart. From this starting position the lifter will then pull the barbell upward vertically while at the same time extending his body up to the max. This maximum upward extension will create the barbell to grow up to about chest level during which time the lifter will fall down into a full squat position and turn his wrists outwardand grab the barbell at shoulder level. This is the part of the lift. The Repetition ranges per pair of powerlifters and weightlifters during training are doubles, singles or triples with weights. Since their sports are just one rep maximum game, it does not make sense if they perform over 5 repetitions or 12 repetitions per set during training. It would be advisable for Olympic Games athletes such as shot-putters, talk and javelin throwers to include Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting in their training regimens because their sports are also repetition maximum sports. By including both of these methods of training as the 3 Olympic throw events are parts of the discipline decathletes can benefit. The same is true for jumpers that are long and 100 sprinters as their occasions are of short duration and volatile.