Technique Tips for the 25 Most Important Crossfit Exercises

From the snatches to double unders and everything in-between, improve your technique for 25 of the most vital Crossfit exercises. Suitable for athletes of all abilities!

From elite athletes to weekend warriors and Crossfit mums, these tips will help you to improve your technique, stay safe, have fun with every single one of these Crossfit exercises.

Simply choose the exercise that you want to work on, then click on that page using the numbers at the bottom. Have fun and keep training hard!

  1. Snatch
  2. Clean
  3. Front Squat
  4. Overhead Squat
  5. Overhead Press
  6. Bench Press
  7. Push Press
  8. Back Squat
  9. Deadlift
  10. Squat Jerk
  11. Split Jerk
  12. Barbell Row
  13. Thruster
  14. Pull Up
  15. Ring Muscle Up
  16. Bar Muscle Up
  17. Ring Handstand Push Up
  18. Handstand Push Up
  19. Handstand Walk
  20. Double Unders
  21. Wall Balls
  22. Box Jumps
  23. Burpees
  24. Rope Climbing
  25. Kettlebell Swing

SNATCH

Learning the Snatch technique is one of the hardest skills to master. It contrasts with the clean and jerk, in that it favours the athleticism attributed to a gymnastic body-type over the ‘gym-bro’, who may be struggling to learn the snatch after years spent believing that parallel squats were the lowest one could possibly go, and the overhead squat was a mere fairytale.

A big snatch requires all the elements of flexibility, strength, power and technique, without one of these your snatch will eventually suffer. This article is here to help prevent the frustration that the snatch can inevitably bring.

Click to Improve your Snatch Technique now

try crossfit Sara Sigmundsdottir Crossfit athlete barbell snatch
Sara Sigmundsdottir in action


try crossfit Sara Sigmundsdottir Crossfit athlete barbell snatch © RX'd Photography

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