Olympic weightlifting

Main ideas on creating better lifters? See what the world's best do. Check out the following sequences. They give you an insight to the mechanics of great lifting. Remember, however, that what happens between each frame is also important. So check the video clips to confirm what you think. [Thanks to Hookgrip and Rob Macklem Photography for the sequences

Snatch execution #1
Snatch #2
Snatch #3
Snatch #4
Snatch #5
Snatch #6
Snatch #7
Snatch #8 (pull vectors)
Snatch #9
Clean and Jerk #1
Clean & Jerk #2
Clean and Jerk #3
Clean & Jerk #4
Clean & Jerk #5
Clean & Jerk #6
Clean & Jerk #7
Snatch execution #1

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Clean & Jerk #5

Ruslan Albegov (Russia) Clean & Jerk 247kg. His snatch and clean pull are very consistent. Frame five shows him still on his heels. maximising leg drive. A fast finish to the pull and early rack gives him good control. The jerk is built off a powerful and fast drive then an excellent push down. Check the speed and vertical path of the hips in the drop.