At the Olympic lifting class on Tuesday, we discussed some terminology with regards to the clean and snatch. I think everyone could benefit from knowing what all those terms mean. Click the example to see the movement in action.
Hang – refers to the start position (dip between top of knees and mid-thigh). Example – Hang Clean
High Hang – refers to the start position (dip above mid-thigh). Example – High Hang Clean
Power – refers to the landing position (anything above a squat) Example – Power Clean
Squat – refers to the landing position (anything below a squat) Example – Squat Clean
Muscle – pulling a bar into position without landing (stiff legs at the top) Example – Muscle Clean
Split – refers to the landing position (when legs split into a lunge) – Example – Split Clean
With a 10 minute time cap, accumulate as much time as possible in a plank.