Exercise slash movement explained in 15+ simple dots points, covering just the start and/or end position of the exercise.
- A press brings an object from chest proximity to overhead.
- A snatch brings an object from below hip level to overhead.
- A push (up) brings the torso away from the hands.
- A pull up brings the torso closer to the hands.
- A row brings the hands closer to the torso.
- A squat brings the hips closer to the ground.
- A hip hinge brings the shoulders closer to the ground.
- A lunge brings one knee closer to the ground.
- A curl brings the hand(s) closer to the shoulder(s)/heel(s) closer to the hips.
- An extension brings hand(s) further from the shoulder(s)/heel(s) further from the hips.
- A clean brings an object from below the hips to chest level (into racking position).
- A lift bring an object from lower to higher position.
- A step brings the body away from the starting position.
- A walk is the progression from stepping.
- A jog is the speed progression from walking.
- A run is the speed progression from jogging.
- A sprint is the speed progression from running.
- And finally, the one everyone loves to hate—a burpee brings the torso parallel to the ground.
Bent-over = hip hinge.
13 seconds in, reverse lunge.
Before the Jerk, a clean is performed.
Before the walk, the weight is lifted.