Kamis, 23 Mei 2013

Monostructural Movements Running

macam-macam sepatu vans terbaik Monostructural Movements Running Typical distances range from 100 meters to 1 mile. Shuttle runs back and forth between marks  toko sepatu online cantik10 meters apart are also common. Rowing Many workouts include rowing machine distances from 500 meters to 2000 meters, or rowing "for calories". Movements with weights Deadlift Barbell is lifted from the ground until the athlete reaches an upright standing position. Clean Barbell is (or dumbbells are) lifted from the ground to a "rack position" in front of the athlete's neck. Athlete ends in a standing position. In a squat clean the athlete receives the bar in a squatting position and stands to finish the lift. In a power clean, the athlete receives the bar in a partial squat. Kettlebell swing A kettlebell is swung from between the legs to overhead. Press Barbell is moved from the "rack position" to the overhead position. In a strict press, also called a shoulder press or military press, the lower body remains stationary. In a push press, the bar is "jumped" off the body using a "dip and drive" motion. A push jerk is like a push press, but with a re-bend of the knees to allow the athlete to drop under the bar and receive it with straight arms. A split jerk is like a push jerk, but one leg goes forward and the other backward when the athlete drops under the bar. Snatch Barbell is raised from the floor to the overhead position in one motion. In a squat snatch the athlete receives the bar in a squatting position and stands to finish the lift. In a power snatch, the athlete receives the bar in a partial squat. Squat Barbell is supported on upper back (back squat), in the rack position (front squat), or in the overhead position (overhead squat). From a standing position with a wider-than-shoulder-width stance, the athlete bends the knees until the hips are below the knees, and then stands, keeping the heels on the floor. Sumo deadlift high pull With a wide stance, a barbell or kettlebell is lifted from the ground to a position just under the chin. Thruster A combination of a front squat and a push press: starting with the barbell in the rack position, the athlete squats (hips below knees) and then stands, driving the barbell overhead. Tire flip A large tire, lying on its side, is flipped over by lifting one edge. Wallball Holding a medicine ball below the chin while facing a wall at arms length, the athlete squats (hips below knees) and stands, throwing the medicine ball in order to make contact with an overhead target on the wall. Discussion

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