Lifting a barbell is a popular fitness item. It is a movement in which humans lift the barbell from bottom to top through arm strength. The standard method is: standing, placing the barbell on the chest and using the strength of the arms and the muscles of the chest and back. Raise your arms to straighten your arms, perpendicular to the ground.
Classification of lifting barbells
Barbell lifting is generally divided into forward forehand clean and jerk barbell, front snatch barbell, backhand clean and jerk barbell, and rear back clean and jerk barbell.
Forehand clean and jerk barbell
Forehand, that is, the hand is facing out and the back is facing in. Grab the barbell from the ground and lay it flat on your chest. Use your arms to make use of the muscles of your arms, chest, and back. Raise the barbell until your arms are perpendicular to the ground and straight.
Backhand clean and jerk barbell
Backhand, that is, palms facing inward. Grab the barbell from the ground and lay it flat on your chest. Use your arms. Use the muscles of the arms, chest, and back, especially the arm muscles and pectoral muscles. Raise the barbell until your arms are almost perpendicular to the ground.
Rear back clean and jerk barbell
Forehand, grab the barbell and place it on your back shoulder. Lift the barbell forcefully with your arms and back to your whole body.
Lift the barbell as a group
A group of 30 kilograms of barbell is lifted several times in a row. Generally speaking 5-10 times, those who exercise regularly can try 20-40 times. High-level people can try more than 100. A group of continuous barbells can stand. You can also cross your legs to lift the barbell.