Video 5, The Last Snatch: How To Breathe
The Last Snatch Tutorial You'll Ever Need • 3m 55s
Breathing will make or break endurance snatching, heavy snatching and your ability to maintain a core brace through motion. This is one of the most important videos of the series and something that should be practiced actively once the mechanics of the punch+drop are flowing. You'll learn when and why to use a single breath pattern or a double breath pattern, as well as listen to both patterns during the motions of a kettlebell snatch.
Duration: 5 minutes
Equipment Recommendations: x1 kettlebell you can press overhead for five reps
Video Type: instruction and technique
*please use drills from previous videos to practice motion and path of the free arm when snatching
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