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Pulling Technique In Weightlifting...

 
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trevorcoen



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 07, 2011 4:58 pm    Post subject: Pulling Technique In Weightlifting... Reply with quote

Some useful points in this discussion:

http://www.pendlayforum.com/showthread.php?t=2385


1. We should Set with shoulder vertically over the bar and the arms passing by the sides of the knees on the way to the bar.
2. The bar shold be placed over the base of our big toe.
3. The lifter's bodyweight shold be over the forefeet.
4. Upon lifting the bar, the knees should be driven back(keeping torso position), the bodyweight should be shifted to the rear of the feet and the lats should be engaged to sweep the bar inwards.
4. The knee extension should continue through the 1st pull and the lifter should bow over slightly as the knees come closer to full extension.
5. Slightly before full extension the knees should be allowed (not forced) to travel forward(dkb)and the hips should extend slightly(keeping the bar moving upward)as they go lower.
6. The bar, now at what I call the Launch Point, should be accelerated upward(and slightly forward)by explosive hip extension and continued knee extension.
7. The torso will continue to rise to or past vertical as hip extension completes.
8. The lifter will have risen onto the balls of his feet at the completion of dkb or afterwards(some don't)and will slide or slightly jump his feet to the receiving position. (NOTE:This is not the continued pushing through the forefeet to make the bar go higher but getting the feet to a wider catch position and, as quickly as possible, returning to a flat-footed stance.)
7. The lifter will "catch" the bar at its apex (or close) and rise out of the squat to complete the lift.

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trevorcoen



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:45 am    Post subject: KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE SNATCH LIFT Reply with quote

KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE SNATCH LIFT WITH
ELITE FEMALE WEIGHTLIFTERS DURING THE 2010
WORLD WEIGHTLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

http://www.waxmansgym.com/images/pdf/kinematic_akkus.pdf
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trevorcoen



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:31 am    Post subject: Manipulating Resistance Training Programs Reply with quote

http://www.waxmansgym.com/images/pdf/maniprestrain.pdf
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Eamonn Flanagan
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 9:30 pm    Post subject: pulling in weightlifting Reply with quote

Thanks for sharing this info Trevor, some good stuff here.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 7:46 am    Post subject: Center of Pressure Movements During Weightlifting Reply with quote

http://www.waxmansgym.com/images/pdf/garhammercop1984.pdf
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