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No Contact Snatch

The No Contact Snatch is a key exercise in Olympic weightlifting, usually learned after athletes get good at simpler moves like the Muscle Snatch and Overhead Squats. This exercise is important because it teaches athletes how to smoothly move through the lift, use their arms to pull themselves under the barbell, keep the barbell close, and improve their technique.

Doing the No Contact Snatch helps athletes focus on moving correctly instead of just using strength. It’s a step that helps them get ready for the next part of learning weightlifting – the contact phase, where the barbell touches the body. As athletes practice this and start lifting heavier weights, they’ll naturally learn to do the contact phase right because they won’t be able to lift the heavier weights with just their arms.

This exercise is great for beginners because it builds a strong foundation and prepares them for more challenging lifts later on. It’s a way to make sure they learn everything step by step.

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