Lauren-Fisher
Source: CrossFit Inc

5 Barbell Complexes to Improve Your Strength and Technique

These Barbell Complexes will explode your strength and grip and expose weaknesses in your movement and technique.

These barbell complexes are all designed to enhance your prowess with the Barbell.

CLEAN PULL + CLEAN + FRONT SQUAT + JERK

Aleksey Torokhtiy: “The combination of 4 exercises in one complex shows that this complex is never easy.

This combination of exercises develops the ‘base’ perfectly, angles and power endurance, so this complex should be used in the preparation period. Each exercise within this complex can be worked out separately, but this combination is considered to be a ‘time bomb’. The use of this complex even once a week for 2-3 weeks gives excellent results. Depending on the training tasks, you can use a different number of reps in each exercise (from 1 to 4), the intensity can vary from 50 to 85%. This complex is recommended for athletes with at least 2 years of lifting experience.”

Clean PULL + CLEAN + Front SQUAT + JERK: "The combination of 4 exercises in one complex shows that this complex is never easy, because it can only be complicated or very complex for certain. This combination of exercises develops the ""base"" perfectly , angles and power endurance, so this complex should be used in the preparation period. Each exercises of this complex can be worked out separately, but this combination is considered to be a “time bomb”. The use of this complex even once a week for 2-3 weeks gives excellent results. Depending on the training tasks, you can use a different number of reps in each exercise (from 1 to 4), the intensity can vary from 50 to 85%. This complex is recommended for athletes with at least 2 year experience. Find more information about the number of sets, reps, working weight and which part of the workout would be the best to perform this exercise in LEG STRENGTH training program. TRAIN TOGETHER – TRAIN RIGHT ——— @Torokhtiy_GANG ——— #WarmBodyColdMind #TORWOD #WBCM #Torokhtiy_GANG #Torokhtiy #weightlifting #weightlifter #crossfit #halteropilie #powerclean #hangclean #hookgrip #usaweightlifting #iwf #olympicweightlifting #focusbitch

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Aleksey Torokhtiy is a Ukrainian weightlifter. He won the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the men’s 105 kg category with a total of 412 kg. He finished in 11th place at the 2008 Olympics.

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