MOVEMENT TIP: The Power Clean And Push Jerk

MOVEMENT TIP: The Power Clean And Push Jerk

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MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Hang Clean and Push Jerk

MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Hang Clean and Push Jerk

Points Of Performance Deadlift the dumbbells to the hang position Extend hips and legs rapidly Shoulders shrug, followed by a pull under with the arms Dumbbells are received in a full squat, the stand Torso dips straight down Hips and legs extend rapidly, then press...
MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Power Snatch

MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Power Snatch

The Dumbell Power Snatch is also very similar to the Dumbell Snatch – the only difference is that instead of dropping into the Dumbell Overhead Squat position, the athlete only needs to drop part way to catch the dumbells. CrossFit Seminar Staff member Julie...
MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Hang Power Snatch

MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Hang Power Snatch

This week CrossFit Seminar Staff member Julie Foucher demonstrates the Dumbell Hang Power Snatch for us. Just like with the barbell variation of this movement, you can make it simple by considering each of the individual words in this rather lengthy movement name! 1....
MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Swing

MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbbell Swing

CrossFit Seminar Staff member Julie Foucher demonstrates the dumbbell swing, a movement that isn’t seen very much as it is not as favoured as the kettlebell swing. The Dumbell doesn’t lend itself to the swing in quite the way the ketttlebell does, but as...
MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbell Press

MOVEMENT TIP: The Dumbell Press

CrossFit Seminar Staff member James Hobart demonstrates the Dumbbell Press. Using dumbells for any overhead movement creates an element of instability and forces each arm to work independently. With the barbell, the stronger arm can sometimes compensate for the weaker...