Dumbbell Single Arm Snatch Grip Deadlift

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Dumbbell Single Arm Snatch Grip Deadlift

The dumbbell single arm snatch grip deadlift should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the dumbbell single arm snatch grip deadlift.

Beginning

Beginning Snatch Grip Deadlift

1. Maintain good posture with shoulder blades retracted and depressed and good stability through the abdominal complex

2. Initiate a thorough dynamic warm up prior to starting this exercise, this engages the nervous system.

Movement

Snatch Grip Deadlift Movement

1. This movement involves a quick 1 arm deadlift into an overhead throw action, however, you are NOT going to release the weight

2. Begin with a very lightweight as technique is crucial approx. 10% of 1 arm deadlift weight

3. Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width, toes pointed out slightly, looking toward the horizon this ensures that the back remains flat

4. Start with the dumbbell hanging towards the ground, between the legs at the bottom of the deadlift as shown for a description of deadlift see deadlift in the exercise library.

5. Keeping the gaze towards the horizon, the intent is to drive the head straight.

Benefits

Snatch Grip Deadlift Benefits

It can help you strengthen your upper back.

It has the potential to increase lower body hypertrophy.

 

It can help you improve your traditional deadlift.

Olympic lifters may benefit from it.

It has the potential to improve your grip.

Grip Problems.

Lifting Numbers Should Be Reduced.

Exercise Aliases

Deadlift Snatch, Dumbbell Snatch, How To Do a One Arm Snatch, Dumbbell Deadlift Snatch.

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