TAKING A BARBELL TO THE CHESTMay 21, 2021
When taking the barbell to the chest, all the muscles of the body are involved. When performing exercises, you must strictly adhere to the execution technique, as you can get injured, dislocated and harm your health.
TAKING A BARBELL TO THE CHEST. EXECUTION TECHNIQUE:
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Starting position: put your feet hip-width apart, bend your lower back. Grab the barbell with your hands so that your ring and index fingers are wrapped around your thumb. When lifting the barbell to your chest, keep your hands slightly wider than the pelvis.
After completing the jump, sit down (this is not necessary), you do not need to arch your lower back, keep your body weight on your heels. Hold the barbell in front of you at the top. Place the bar at the level of the lower leg, when lifting the bar to the level of the hips, straighten them and raise your shoulders, then go to the squat and fix the position of the bar on your shoulders. Maintain your balance. When finished, take a standing position with a barbell on your chest. Remember, if you fail to grab the barbell correctly, drop it to the floor.
TAKING A BARBELL ON THE CHEST IN A SED (CLEAN)
Taking the barbell to the chest in the sitting position is almost the same as the technique of performing the push of the barbell from the chest, but there are some nuances here. You need to have good coordination. Bringing your knees together will help you throw the bar more sharply. Keep the barbell close to your body when doing the squat. For the first workouts, take a barbell with a light weight, then gradually increase the load. The main difference is that, when fixing the barbell on the chest, you need to drop it abruptly to the floor.
Perform all exercises strictly under the supervision of a trainer. He will tell you what weight the barbell is better to take, point out your mistakes.