Snatch accessory exercises are a great way to attack your lift and technique from new angles, strengthen weak spots, and break through plateaus. Use these variations to become a better lifter.
SNATCH HIGH PULL
The snatch high pull is a great way to develop strength, speed, power, posture and balance. You will be able to handle heavier weights than in the snatch, which in turn is great for improving explosive power. Generally the snatch pull should be done for 2-5 reps per set anywhere from 80%-110% of the lifter’s best snatch depending on the lifter and how it fits into the program. The weight should not exceed what the lifter can do with reasonably proper positioning and speed in the final extension. As a strength exercise, it should be placed toward the end of a workout, but because it also involves some speed and technique, it’s generally best place before more basic strength work like squats.
- Snatch-lift: RX'd Photography