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5 videos
series

Olympic Weightlifting as a Skill

The clean and jerk and snatch serve as competition movements for Olympic Weightlifting. CrossFit and other training programs have popularized these movements in the last 15 years. I believe that using both of these movements to develop strength, speed, and accuracy is a useful tool in your training regime. The discrepancy is knowing when to use them as an assessment to better movement quality over using them as a cardiovascular endurance training tool even when the movement pattern is less than ideal. In this series we cover how to have a better understanding of the movements themselves and how to use than as a skill to develop better movement quality and in turn increase speed, strength, and even flexibility.

Chris
$50.00

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9:09

Strict, Push, and Split Jerk

These pressing variations are each useful for a specific purpose. To develop strength and alignment the strict press is best for overhead strength. The push press is a useful tool for application of force and speed. The jerk movements are the best way to maximally load the overhead shapes. In this video you’ll learn the difference between each and common movements faults when performing these exercises.

Chris
$15.00