10 Barbell Warm Up Routines to Optimise your Olympic Weightlifting

From specialised warm ups just for the snatch and clean and jerk, through to unique types of back extensions, these warm ups will allow you to enhance your lifting, avoid injury and improve weightlifting and Crossfit performances.

All effective lifting requires intelligent barbell warm up routines. These will prepare you for the training ahead, elevate your heart rate and put you in the best place possible to hit your workout with precision and vigour.

  • An ideal warm up needs to be specific to the actual exercises that you will be performing in the workout or competition
  • It should be time efficient
  • It should have a general and skill specific portion
  • Warm up routines need to establish an optimum body temperature

THE BURGENER WARM UP (VARIATION)

This is a Crossfit adaption of one of the classic Burgener barbell warm up routines.

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