Learn How To Perform The Deficit Snatch With Proper Technique

Check out this video and include snatch on the blocks to your training.

“The starting position is lower than in the classic snatch, and requires higher requirements for knee mobility and lower back flexibility.”

“This exercise is perfect to strengthen the legs in extension (teaches to hold the PULL) and is great for voluminous work in the preparation period, although it can be used as a “check” exercise in the competition period, but mostly for high-qualified athletes.”

#Repost @torwod • • • This variation of SNATCH is SNATCH standing on the block (average height is 4-8 cm, largely depends on the height of the athlete, as an option you can use plates). The starting position is lower than in the classic snatch, and requires higher requirements for knee mobility and lower back flexibility. This exercise is perfect to strengthen legs in extension (teaches to hold the PULL) and is great for voluminous work in the preparation period, although it can be used as a “check” exercise in the competition period, but mostly for high-qualified athletes. ——— @TorWod ——— Данная вариация рывка представляет собой рывок стоя на возвышении (в среднем 4-8 см, во многом зависит от роста спортсмена, как вариант можно использовать диски). Стартовое положение ниже, чем в рывке, что требует повышенных требований к гибкости в коленных суставах и пояснице. Данное упражнение отлично тренирует силу ног в тяге (учит терпеть тягу) и отлично подходит для объемной работы в подготовительном периоде, хотя и может использоваться как контрольное в соревновательном периоде, но в основном у спортсменов высокой квалификации ————————————— #weightlifting #halterofilia #crossfit #football #snatch #powersnatch #hangsnatch #musclesnatch #torokhtiy #torokhtiy_gang #torwod #focusbitch #wbcm #Tor_VideoLab #オリンピックウエイトリフティング #重量挙げ #ウエイトリフティング #リフティング

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