*Your feet should be about shoulder width apart.
*Weight is slightly on the balls of your feet
*Shoulders should be over, or in front of, the bar.
*The hips should be higher than the knees
*look straight ahead
*Think of trying to push your feet through the floor, so that the bar and the hips rise together
*The arms should be straight
*Keep the bar as close to the shins as possible without scraping them.
*Clear the knees with the bar.
*The shoulders should still be over the bar
Bring the bar into the power position (where you would be if you were to jump)
*The arms should still be straight
*Your back is still locked, but the angle of your body has opened substantially.
Top Pull and Reception:
*Triple extend and shrug your shoulders
*The wrists should be turned inward
*The bar should be traveling as close to the body as possible (without making contact )
*The Snatch is of great value to athletes in need of explosive strength and power, as it is the fastest movement in all of sports!