What is PP in CrossFit?

What is PP in CrossFit?

The push press is an effective exercise used in CrossFit to build size and strength in the shoulders.

What does a dumbbell push press look like?

Your elbows should be pointed directly in front of your body. Bend knees and dip torso directly downward. Exhale as you extend your legs, pushing up through heels and using the momentum to punch both arms upward. When arms are fully extended, the dumbbells should be directly over your feet.

What is a free weight push press?

The dumbbell push press is, very simply, a standing overhead press done with momentum from the lower body. Holding the dumbbells at your shoulders, you quickly dip and then extend your hips and knees to get the weights moving upward, and then you lock out your elbows with a pressing motion.

What is a power snatch?

The power snatch is simply a snatch without a full-depth squat to receive it. Notes. Coaches and athletes sometimes have different definitions of what constitutes a “power” receiving position. Most commonly, anything received with the thighs horizontal or higher is considered a power lift.

What is MC in CrossFit?

MC: Mountain Climber. BW: Body Weight. TGU: Turkish Get Up. CL: Squat Clean.

What is DB squat?

A dumbbell squat is a compound exercise characterized by holding a pair of dumbbells at your sides while lowering yourself from a standing position to a squatting position. Dumbbells add more resistance than a traditional bodyweight squat, promoting muscle growth.

What is DB bench press?

The dumbbell bench press, also known as the dumbbell flat bench press and the dumbbell chest press, is an upper-body exercise that activates your arm, shoulder, and chest muscles. Squeeze your shoulder blades as you lower them again until your upper and lower arms form a 90-degree angle.

Is power snatch a good exercise?

Power Snatches train Core Stability Once you catch and stabilize the weight overhead in the catch phase and recovery phase of the lift, your vertical stability is challenged from the top to the bottom, which also makes the Power Snatch a great core stability exercise.

What is the difference between a power snatch and a squat snatch?

The squat snatch (also simply referred to as a snatch) is a far more technical lift than the power snatch, one that requires more timing, speed, mobility, and time to develop.

What does DB mean in weightlifting?

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AMRAP: As Many reps/Rounds as Possible BW: Body Weight
BMU: Bar Muscle Up FRL: Front Rack Lunge
DB: Dumb Bell BRL: Back Rack Lunge
BB: Barbell OHL: Overhead Lunge
HSPU: Handstand Push-up DOMS: Delayed onset muscle soreness