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I’ve always struggled with food. Eating too much and eating unhealthy foods. I’ve done several half-marathons and one full marathon and wouldn’t lose a single pound of weight, would feel and look as soft as a marshmallow despite burning thousands of calories, having a resting HR in the 50s, and racking up all that mileage. Why? Cause my nutrition sucked. I now see food primarily as my ticket to Gainesville. I only purchase what I need to get to my destination. Try lifting and see how good eating clean can taste! #strongmanintraining #novicestrongman #strengthtraining #fitness #killthefatman #acousticneuroma #fuel #paradigmshift
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There are many different lifting styles especially when it comes to the clean the main ones being:.
- Power Jerk.
- Squat Jerk.
- Split Jerk..
I’m going to try and highlight the main differences and uses and the why, what and who around them.
Power Jerk: The same as the power snatch and power clean - feet in the squat stance and thighs above horizontal. The push jerk and power jerk are both defined by the lifter keeping their feet on the platform rather than lifting and replacing them. Although this common in training practice comparatively it is far harder to hold than a split jerk because the mechanics of the knee are so poor as you near a horizontal thigh so the receiving depth is limited. The power jerk is a good choice for an athlete who naturally is able to drive the bar very high, has no problem putting the bar in a solid overhead position.
- Identical Foot Position as the Power Jerk.
- Mobility is a limiting factor for most athletes - a relatively narrow-grip overhead squat is out of reach for lifters outside of the most mobile end of the spectrum.
- There exists the need for even greater precision in bar placement than in the power jerk.
- The squat jerk is appropriate for lifters who possess great mobility, leg strength and a consistently balanced dip and drive, but who are not able to elevate the bar well.
- Allows relatively great receiving depth while keeping recovery from such depths relatively easy, accommodates much greater imprecision in the overhead position of the bar than the power or squat jerk, and provides greater stability in all directions than the power or squat jerk.
- Good choice for just about everyone, I would encourage all new lifters to practice this lift first and foremost and until there is valid reasoning behind changing it.
- It’s unwise to give up on it early on because you find the split position tricky or have trouble driving straight up when you split—these things take time to learn.
- It may seem easier to do the power jerk or squat jerk but the overall benefits of the split jerk and the ease at which you can begin lifting heavier weights is a lot greater.
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