Snatch Grip Deadlift Tips

Snatch Grip Deadlift Tips stacy snatch grip Strength Workout (SWOD) 5/5/3/1 Snatch Grip Deadlift (65, 75, 85, 95-105%) Coach’s Corner Because the wider bar grip stresses the upper back more, it’s that much more important to stay rigid and keep that whole area in tact. When the upper back fails, the shoulders and eventually the lower back will round and cause potentially dangerous failure. Because of this, master a comfortable weight to ease the upper back into the lift. Start with the bar close to the shins and lined up over the mid-foot, similar to a standard deadlift. Your feet shouldn’t be as wide as your normal squat stance, but also shouldn’t be as narrow as your normal deadlift stance either. snatch grip deadlift Grip Width Most people perform best with certain grip positions relative to their height: 5’6″ and shorter  Pinky on or just inside the last ring 5’7″ to 6’1″  Index, middle, or ring finger on the last ring 6’2″ and taller  Index finger on or outside the last ring Think about pulling the bar apart, sideways, with your hands. This cue will keep the elbows and upper back tight. Allowing slack in either of these key areas is a recipe for hunching forward and losing safe, strong spinal position. matt db jerk db snatch Workout of the Day 10min AMRAP Ascending Ladder by 2 Reps DB Jerks (65/35) Burpees ]]>

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