Hold the bell close to the body. It should feel like part of your torso, not separate from it.
I tell everyone to lower themselves down between their knees. If they wanted to they could push their knees out with the arms. Lucy looking comfortable and solid in the bottom.
The Ski Erg is very much about transferring weight into each pull. One strategy is to literally jump into each pull.
The aftermath of which is usually a lot more than we bargained for.
Geno talking Jerk technique with the group.
The minute effort is what you make of it. Find a challenging pace and try like hell to hold onto it for the duration of the interval. Males, anything less than 300m in 60 sec means you have work to do. Women I like to see exceed 230m.
“Cooling down” with the 10-Minute Push-up Challenge.
The Jerk is a precision movement; a dance. Rebekkah is making fast progress, but the devil is in the details. Even though the bar goes overhead and you’re able to somehow get underneath it isn’t always representative of a successful lift. The “how” when you’re training and practicing matters more. You can see here there’s a little too much weight on the front leg, as demonstrated by the front shin angle. To master these lifts you must strive for perfection.