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Olympic Snatch Techniques: The Classics in Action

On-line Demo by Lift Up

The snatch lift is an opening lift of the Olympic weightlifting competition. It's a one stage lift and, by many accounts, it's one of the most technically difficult lifts to perform.


This on-line demo offers a interactive study of the classic snatch lifts performed by the legendary athletes of the 20th century. It features lifts by such outstanding snatch masters as:

In order to view the clips, please select the athlete's name in the drop-down menu and then click the "View" button to proceed. You may consider using the control buttons below the clips to enhance the experience of watching these almost forgotten today lifts by the classics of Olympic weightlifting.


The snatch lift, as well as the other Olympic lifts, has been a subject of various studies throughout the history of this sport.

Different researchers and coaches subdivide the lift in various phases (stages) for analysis. The number of stages varies depending on the depth of the study or simply on the approach of the researcher.

For example, my coach focused on four major parts of the snatch - pull, explosion, bar receiving and rise from the low squat position.

Arthur Drechsler in "The Weightlifting Encyclopedia" analyzes the snatch based on the "Six Phases" method of analysis of the pull based on the studies by the Soviet researchers A. Lukashev and B. Podlivayev - pre-lift-off (1), preliminary acceleration (2), adjustment (3), final acceleration (4), unsupported squat under (5) and supported squat under (6).

Regardless of your methodology, this interactive demo of the snatch should allow you to trace major elements of the snatch lift performed by the classics of Olympic weightlifting and view at your own pace the beauty of the snatch lift.


OLYMPIC SNATCH TECHNIQUES: Grab-the-Code Intsructions

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