Even if you don’t have plans on competing, performing the Olympic lifts can be a great way to build strength and power. In the video above, I show you exactly how to start performing Olympic lifts (even if you don’t have any equipment). 5 Exercises to learn Olympic Lifting TechniqueLet’s cover 5 exercises that will help you conquer the Olympic lifts. #1) The Pop and DropSo if you recall, the basic technique for all the Olympic lifts is exploding upwards, then quickly changing direction. After you’ve prioritized your Olympic lifts, you may move onto other strong but relatively less technical lifts like squats, deadlifts, push-ups, and chin-ups.
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