Guidance for doing this Olympic lift the right way.
April 2011: Live Clean!
Tyler Quinn, a USA Weightlifting-certified coach, provides a step-by-step demonstration of the power clean.
By Andrew Heffernan
Olympic lifts are designed to give athletes more full-body strength and power. Two renowned O…
My apologies, and thank you for the suggestion.
I really like power cleans, too! And I do them with those same octogonal plates at Life Time. I find that as long as I properly reset between reps (vs. going for speed over form), I don’t have a problem. I know what you mean, though, sometimes you have to shift your feet to get back in position.
I really like doing power cleans. However, the Lifetime Fitness gym where I workout out has plates that are octogonal, rather than perfectly round. Setting the weight down on the floor causes it to shift, which makes it difficult to keep a good stance. Doing power cleans is then not practical.
No caption mean no good fitness!! Pls use subtitles for us Deaf persons to watch
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