Whether you are just starting out or are a veteran lifter, give these moves a try to help dial in your bracing methods and eliminate power leaks.
This is a great specialty exercise for lifters who get stuck a few inches off the floor, allow their shoulders to get too far in front of the bar, or lose their lats.
The snatch grip deadlift is an outstanding assistance lift if you have a weak upper back or erectors, but it's not a traditional deadlift. Many cues for it are contrary to the traditional pull.
The continuous feedback of the wall can provide the athlete with a sense of position, tension, and compensation, resulting in improved performance and benefit of the exercises.
This item is one of the most cost-effective ways to add a ton of variation to your training and enable you to perform a greater number of exercises.
Building a better grip doesn't have to be complicated or time consuming, and can have a big impact on your performance for both powerlifting and strongman.