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Learning Module and Quiz Created By: Joel Ginn.  This lesson is designed for any High School class for grades (9-12)  High school weight lifting classes.

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1 Learning Module and Quiz Created By: Joel Ginn

2  This lesson is designed for any High School class for grades (9-12)  High school weight lifting classes

3  The class will meet in the computer lab for this portion of the lesson.  The second portion of the lesson will take place in the High school weight room. Alternatives Any local weight room can be used while partaking in this lesson.

4  Objective #2 Given the portion of the power point covering the targeted muscle groups the students should be able to describe and label the targeted muscles with 100% accuracy.

5  Objective #3 Given the power point on Power Cleans the students should be able demonstrate the proper power clean form with 100% accuracy.

6 We will now be taking the time to see what you have been exposed to when it comes to power cleans. Relax this will not harm or reflect how you do on the overall activity. There are five true false questions over power cleaning.

7 We will take this time to quiz you on what you already know there is no wrong answer in this process so answer honestly so we can get a good idea of where you are? Click on the answer you wish to choose. 1. On a scale of 1-5 how comfortable do you feel about lifting heavy weights? 1.Very Uncomfortable 2.Slightly Uncomfortable 3. Neutral 4. Comfortable 5. Very Comfortable

8 2. Have you ever executed a Power Clean before? YES NO

9 3. How knowledgeable do you fell about the subject on a scale of 1-5? 1. Unknowledgeable Unknowledgeable 2. Slightly Unknowledgeable Slightly Unknowledgeable 3. Neutral Neutral 4. Slightly knowledgeable Slightly knowledgeable 5. knowledgeable knowledgeable

10 4. If you have done Power Cleans before, what weight range did you perform them in?

11 5. If you have power cleaned did you use a lifting belt or not? YES NO

12 Congrats, you have finished the pre-quiz and are now ready to learn a ton about power cleans.

13 Power Cleans  Safety Tips Safety Tips  Benefits of Power Cleans Benefits of Power Cleans  History History  Power Cleans Power Cleans  Hang Clean Hang Clean  Clean and Press Clean and Press

14  Be Aware Lifting weights can be dangerous at any time the person lifting can lose control of the weight and it could potentially hurt them or the people around them as well.  Spotters As mentioned earlier the lifter can lose control potentially at any point and time during the lift. We strongly recommend that you have some one spotting you while you do the exercise. (provide Spotting Video Link)  Lifting Belts Because this involves heavy weights and as well as a lifting motion in your lower back we also recommend you wear a lifting belt while partaking in power cleans.

15  Improved body composition  Increased Muscular Strength  Increased Muscular Endurance  Higher Self-Esteem  There are virtually no con’s to lifting. As long as you are careful and use the safety tips provided you should get nothing but benefits power cleaning.

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17  Muscles Targeted Muscles Targeted  Hand Placement Hand Placement  Stance/Positioning Stance/Positioning  Instructions Instructions

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19 HAND PLACEMENT Many weight lifting bars there are ridges to help you maintain grip of the bar. This will be your aide in finding the perfect grip for your power clean.  First you want to locate the ridges in the bar.  Take your thumbs and place them on the inner most sides of the ridges.  Take the bar in the palm of your hands without moving your thumb.  Now you may move your thumb to add additional support to aide in controlling the bar. it should end up looking like the picture shown below.

20 A good stance is really important for this particular exercise. It helps set the tone and also plays a big role in reassuring you have the proper technique. A good stance and solid technique may even prevent injuries. 1. Grab the bar as demonstrated before. 2. Set feet should width apart (just inside of the hands) 3. Sit in an athletic position (an athletic position is head up, back straight, legs at a 90 degree angle and gluteus down) Now you are ready to execute a power clean and begin your road to a new toned body!

21 Pull the bar up explosively from the floor When the bar reaches your mid thighs Shrug the weight up as you simultaneously drop under the weight Effectively reverse curl the weight to your shoulders While standing erect, from the finish position let the bar drop to arms length as you bend your knees and lean forward to place the bar on the floor. Repeat for the desired number of reps.  Always remember to keep your back tight and look up. It is VITAL on this difficult and technical exercise that someone with good form and experience demonstrates correct technique and observes you so as to offer advice.

22  Muscle Targets Muscle Targets  Hand Placement Hand Placement  Stance/Positioning Stance/Positioning  Instructions Instructions

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24 Many weight lifting bars there are ridges to help you maintain grip of the bar. This will be your aide in finding the perfect grip for your power clean.  First you want to locate the ridges in the bar.  Take your thumbs and place them on the inner most sides of the ridges.  Take the bar in the palm of your hands without moving your thumb.  Now you may move your thumb to add additional support to aide in controlling the bar. it should end up looking like the picture shown below.

25 A good stance is really important for this particular exercise. It helps set the tone and also plays a big role in reassuring you have the proper technique. A good stance and solid technique may even prevent injuries. 1. Grab the bar as demonstrated before. 2. Set feet should width apart (just inside of the hands) 3. Sit in an athletic position (an athletic position is head up, back straight, legs at a 90 degree angle and gluteus down) Now you are ready to execute a power clean and begin your road to a new toned body!

26 Start with the bar at waist level Pull the bar up explosively When the bar reaches your abdomen Shrug the weight up as you simultaneously drop under the weight Effectively reverse curl the weight to your shoulders While standing erect, from the finish position let the bar drop to arms length as you bend your knees and lean forward to place the bar on the floor. Repeat for the desired number of reps.  Always remember to keep your back tight and look up. It is VITAL on this difficult and technical exercise that someone with good form and experience demonstrates correct technique and observes you so as to offer advice.

27  Muscle Targets Muscle Targets  Hand Placement Hand Placement  Stance/Positioning Stance/Positioning  Instructions Instructions

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30 On many weight lifting bars there are ridges to help you maintain grip of the bar. This will be your aide in finding the perfect grip for your power clean.  First you want to locate the ridges in the bar.  Take your thumbs and place them on the inner most sides of the ridges.  Take the bar in the palm of your hands without moving your thumb.  Now you may move your thumb to add additional support to aide in controlling the bar. it should end up looking like the picture shown below.

31 Starting Position 1. Grab the bar as demonstrated before. 2. Set feet should width apart (just inside of the hands) 3. Sit in an athletic position (an athletic position is head up, back straight, legs at a 90 degree angle and gluteus down) Finishing Position The finishing position is a power press stance. You want to finish with the bar above the head, arms straight up, knees slightly bent.

32 Pull the bar up explosively from the floor When the bar reaches your mid thighs Shrug the weight up as you simultaneously drop under the weight Effectively reverse curl the weight to your shoulders While standing erect, push the weight above your head while slightly bending the knees. Repeat for the desired number of reps.  Always remember to keep your back tight and look up. It is VITAL on this difficult and technical exercise that someone with good form and experience demonstrates correct technique and observes you so as to offer advice.

33 This is a real Quiz in order to see what you have learned, chose the correct answer in order to move on if you fail to get the correct answer you will have to go back to the question and try again. GOOD LUCK!!!

34 1. While lifting it is a waste of time to have another person spot you. TRUE FALSE

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37 2. All of these are very important to remember when lifting except? A. A safety belt is recommended and useful and can help prevent injury. A safety belt is recommended and useful and can help prevent injury. B. Spotters are also recommended to help make this lift safer. Spotters are also recommended to help make this lift safer. C. Knee pads are to be worn at all times. Knee pads are to be worn at all times. D. Be aware of others lifting around you because lifting can potentially be dangerous. Be aware of others lifting around you because lifting can potentially be dangerous.

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40 3. Which one of these muscles are targeted while doing Power Cleans? A. Deltoid Deltoid B. Masteoid Masteoid C. Plantar Plantar D. Makeshift Makeshift

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43 4. The starting position in Hang Cleans is legs straight and bar at mid thigh? TRUE FALSE

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46 5. The hands should be placed where on the weight bar? A. On the smooth part right inside of your knees. On the smooth part right inside of your knees. B. On the ridges of the bar just outside of the shoulders. On the ridges of the bar just outside of the shoulders. C. On the very end of the bar. On the very end of the bar. D. You don’t use a weight bar this lift is done on a machine. You don’t use a weight bar this lift is done on a machine.

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49 6. One major benefit of Power Cleaning is improved body composition? TRUE FALSE

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52 7. All of these are benefits of Power Cleans except? A. Speeding the heart rate Speeding the heart rate B. Improved body composition Improved body composition C. Muscular Strength Muscular Strength D. Improved Muscular Endurance Improved Muscular Endurance

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55 8. All of these are disadvantages of Power Cleaning. A. A build up of lactic acid A build up of lactic acid B. Gaining too much muscle Gaining too much muscle C. Addiction Addiction D. There are no disadvantages to Power Cleaning There are no disadvantages to Power Cleaning

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58 9. There is only one type of Power Clean possible to do? TRUE FALSE

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61 10. All of these forms of Power Cleans were taught except for? A. Hang Cleans Hang Cleans B. Cleaners Cleaners C. Power Cleans Power Cleans D. Clean and Press Clean and Press

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64 You have now completed the quiz and I am excited to say that you are ready to start lifting.

65    articles/teaching-the-power-clean/ articles/teaching-the-power-clean/  press.html press.html 

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