Snatch Push Press

Snatch Push Press

The snatch push press is a weightlifting exercise that is used to improve the lockout of the snatch. The lockout refers to the final overhead position of the barbell in the snatch, where the lifter has fully extended the body and locked out the arms to complete the lift. The snatch push press is performed by starting with the barbell behind the neck and then doing a short dip and drive the barbell overhead. The exercise targets the same muscle groups as the snatch, including the legs, hips, back, and shoulders, but with an emphasis on the shoulders and triceps. It is a compound exercise that focus on power, explosiveness, and strength. It is an advanced exercise and it is important to use proper form and technique to avoid injury and also to have a good level of mobility and stability on the shoulders, neck and upper back.

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