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Kettlebell Snatch


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When first learning the snatch, begin every rep from the arm extended position, lowering the weight down into the rack position and then hip hinging as described above. As you get comfortable with the movement, you can begin the snatch from the rack position, and then by simply hiking it from the floor (as shown in the video above).


The kettlebell swing is, of course, integral within the snatch. The snatch is simply a progression of the single-arm kettlebell swing. You must be able to do a proficient swing before advancing to the snatch.


The hip hinge is the foundation of the snatch and should be the driving force. A ragged and inefficient snatch can usually be traced back to a deficient swing. While you will no doubt incorporate your grip and shoulder muscles, you do not want these to be the primary movers. The power in the snatch comes from the hips.


As mentioned in the directions above, if you have an unstable or misaligned overhead lockout position, then you are not ready to embrace the snatch. The overhead position is foremost as the bell spends the majority of its time there. This is particularly the case with longer-lasting sets that we see in kettlebell sport competitions.


Much like the kettlebell swing, the kettlebell snatch is a magnificent movement for developing your aerobic capacity. It is a good alternative to traditional aerobic activities because there is no impact on the joints, as there is with running and jumping rope. Nevertheless, the metabolic response is impressive to say the least.


The snatch incorporates more muscles than the swing. Therefore, it is superior when it comes to the metabolic impact. A recent study examined 17 female NCAA Division 1 soccer players who undertook a snatch program for 4 weeks. The increase in VO2 max was significant and far superior to traditional circuit training.


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Tips and Safety: Avoid rounding your back in order to pick up the kettlebell. Maintain a long spine and tension throughout the movement to keep your back safe. Utilize a loose grip to avoid ripping your hands or calluses. Keep the kettlebell close to the body throughout the entire movement.


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