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CLEANS (HANG/POWER) Technique and Form. WHY DO WE DO THIS? -What muscle groups are represented? -Is this good for athletes and non athletes? -What forms.

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1 CLEANS (HANG/POWER) Technique and Form

2 WHY DO WE DO THIS? -What muscle groups are represented? -Is this good for athletes and non athletes? -What forms of weight or resistance can be used to perform this exercise?

3 Form (Hang Clean) STARTING POSITION: -Knees are bent slightly -Barbell is “hanging just above the knee” -Chest is puffed out -Head up -Legs are slightly wider than hips -Hands brushing outside of legs

4 Form (The Action) -In an EXPLOSIVE motion, propel the hips forward -Extend or “unlock” the ankles, knees, and hips -Keep the arms partially relaxed to allow the bar to move upward close to the body -Shrug the shoulders to help the vertical motion

5 Form (The Action) -In an EXPLOSIVE motion, propel the hips forward -Extend or “unlock” the ankles, knees, and hips -Keep the arms partially relaxed to allow the bar to move upward close to the body -Shrug the shoulders to help the vertical motion

6 Form (The Action) THE FINISH -Once the bar reaches chest level, simultaneously perform the following motions: 1.Squat under the weight 2.Roll the wrists 3.Point elbows to the front, making a 90 degree angle with the arms and body -Come to a standing position -Return back to the start to repeat the exercise

7 Putting it all together

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9 POWER CLEAN The motion is the same as the hang clean, but the exercise starts from the ground. Begin with a deadlift motion, known as the “first pull”

10 Different Types of Resistance Sandbags Kettlebells Barbells

11 Hang Clean in Action


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