Clean Exercises

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Dip Clean

AKA high-hang clean, hip clean   The dip clean can be useful as both a technique drill and a training exercise. The terminology gets somewhat confusing, as this exercise is sometimes called a h...
Everett Clean Pull

AKA Clean push back + hang clean pull   The Everett clean pull is a remedial exercise to strengthen and teach the ability to keep the bar in immediate proximity to the body during the pull of t...
Flat-Footed Clean Pull

The flat-footed clean pull is a simple variation of the clean pull in which the athlete remains flat-footed in the extension.       Execution   Set your clean starting positio...
Flat-Footed Clean Pull To Hold

The flat-footed clean pull to hold is simply a clean pull to hold in which the athlete remains flat-footed and holds the extension.         Execution   Set your clea...
Floating Clean Deadlift

AKA No-touch clean deadlift, hang deadlift   The floating clean deadlift is a pull variation that emphasizes postural strength and balance in the bottom range of motion.     Execut...
Floating Clean Deadlift On Riser

AKA Riser floating clean deadlift, No-touch clean deadlift on riser   The floating clean deadlift on riser is a variation of the floating clean deadlift that allows full range of motion.  ...
Floating Clean Pull

AKA No-touch clean pull, hang clean pull   The floating clean pull is a variation of the clean pull in which the bar doesn’t return all the way to the floor between reps.     ...
Floating Clean Pull On Riser

AKA No-touch clean pull on riser, hang clean pull on riser, riser hang clean pull, riser floating clean pull   The floating clean pull on riser is a variation of the clean pull in which the bar...
Halting Clean Deadlift

AKA Pause clean deadlift   The halting clean deadlift is a pull variation that stops short of full extension at the top to strengthen and reinforce the position of the lifter over the bar d...
Halting Clean Deadlift On Riser

AKA Pause clean deadlift on riser   The halting clean deadlift on riser is a pull variation of the halting clean deadlift that increases the range of motion.     Execution   ...
Hang Clean

The hang clean is a basic variation of the clean with a number of variations and purposes.     Execution   With a clean grip, lift the bar to the standing position. Lower t...
Hang Clean Pull

The hang clean pull is a variation of the clean pull that begins in the hang position instead of with the bar on the floor.       Execution   Stand with the bar in a clean-wid...
Hang Power Clean

The hang power clean is a simple variation of the hang clean in which the bar is received above a parallel squat.     Execution   With a clean grip, lift the bar to the standing po...
Hip Clean

The hip clean is a specific variation of the hang clean in which the bar begins in (or as near as possible) the crease of the hip.     Execution   Stand tall with the bar in a clea...
Muscle Clean

The muscle clean is a much less commonly used exercise than its snatch counterpart, the muscle snatch, but can be very useful in many cases.     Execution   Start with th...
Power Clean

The power clean is the most basic variation of the clean; the only difference is the height at which the bar is received.       Execution   Begin the lift exactly as y...
Power Clean Into Front Squat

The power clean into front squat is a hybrid exercise that combines a power clean and front squat into a single exercise, but is different from a power clean + front squat complex.     &nb...
Press In Clean (Sots Press)

AKA Sots press   The press in clean is a mobility and strength exercise for the receiving position of the clean. It is also call the Sots press after lifter Viktor Sots who popularized it (and ...
Segment Clean

AKA Pause clean   The segment clean is a variation of the clean that introduces a pause or pauses during the pull.       Execution   The segment clean is ...
Slow Pull Clean

The slow pull clean is a variation of the clean used to train certain technique and physical elements such as timing and aggressiveness.        Execution   The slow pull ...
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