Guidance for doing this Olympic lift the right way.
Tyler Quinn, a USA Weightlifting-certified coach, provides a step-by-step demonstration of the power clean.
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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
Olympic lifts are designed to give athletes more full-body strength and power. Two renowned Olympic coaches show us proper power-clean form.