- Stand with feet apart and toes pointing outward slightly.
Position dumbbell in front of thigh with knuckles forward.
- Squat down with back arched and lower dumbbell between knees
with arm straight and shoulder over dumbbell. Pull dumbbell up
by extending hips and knees. Jump upward extending body. Shrug
shoulders and pull dumbbell upward with arm allowing elbow to
pull up to side, keeping elbow over dumbbell as long as possible.
Aggressively pull body under dumbbell. Catch dumbbell at arm's
length while moving into squat position. As soon as dumbbell
is caught on locked out arm in squat position, squat up into
standing position with dumbbell overhead.
- Lower dumbbell to front of shoulder, then down to original
position in front of thigh. Repeat.
- Scapula & Clavicle
- Spine (Thoracic, Lumbar)
- The snatch is one coordinated, continuous movement executed
with speed. A deeper squat position may utilized when receiving
dumbbells overhead. Also see Barbell Snatch
and Kettlebell Snatch.