The 116 Best Barbells Exercises

Rank By
Filter By

Ranked based on how many sets have been logged by Fitbod users. Learn More

Top 10

  1. 1. Barbell Bench Press

    Photo of Barbell Bench Press being performed
    6,741,779 SETS LOGGED
    98.5 mSCORE

    Bench Press is one of the three Powerlifting movements, and one of the most common upper body exercises. It’s a fantastic compound exercise that can help you build strength in your chest, shoulders, and triceps. It’s a staple in most fitness programs, and is often used as a metric for tracking upper body strength in general.

  2. 2. Barbell Curl

    Photo of Barbell Curl being performed
    4,941,115 SETS LOGGED
    98.4 mSCORE

    As with other curls, this isolation exercise targets the biceps. The use of a barbell adds more stability to this movement, and somewhat restricts your range of motion. This added stability means you can focus more on exertion than stabilizing the movement. This is a great variation for helping you build strength in your biceps.

  3. 3. Back Squat

    Photo of Back Squat being performed
    4,769,918 SETS LOGGED
    99.7 mSCORE

    Back Squat is one of the three Powerlifting movements, and one of the most common lower body exercises. It’s a great compound exercise that can help build strength and muscle mass in your leg, especially your quadriceps. It’s a staple in most fitness programs, and is often used as a metric for tracking lower body strength in general.

  4. 4. Deadlift

    Photo of Deadlift being performed
    4,068,777 SETS LOGGED
    99 mSCORE

    Deadlift is one of the three powerlifting movements. It’s a compound exercise that primarily targets muscles in the rear chain (backside of the body), and is great for developing strength in these muscles. It’s a staple in most programs, and is often used as a metric for tracking strength.

  5. 5. Close-Grip Bench Press

    Photo of Close-Grip Bench Press being performed
    3,192,710 SETS LOGGED
    95.9 mSCORE

    Close Grip Bench Press is a triceps focused variation on the standard Bench Press. By bringing your hands closer together, you reduce the amount of tension in your chest, and place more of that tension on your triceps. This is a great exercise for working a little bit more triceps into your chest days.

  6. 6. Barbell Incline Bench Press

    Photo of Barbell Incline Bench Press being performed
    3,030,075 SETS LOGGED
    99.5 mSCORE

    Barbell Incline Bench Press is a variation on a standard Bench Press. Similar to Bench Press, this compound exercise primarily targets your chest, but this variation places much more emphasis on your shoulders and upper chest.

  7. 7. Barbell Shoulder Press

    Photo of Barbell Shoulder Press being performed
    2,983,893 SETS LOGGED
    96.5 mSCORE

    Barbell Shoulder Press is a compound exercise that primarily targets your shoulders. By using a barbell instead of other pieces of equipment, you can add more stability to the movement, which allows you to focus more on exertion rather than stability. This is one of the best exercises for developing vertical pressing strength.

  8. 8. Bent Over Barbell Row

    Photo of Bent Over Barbell Row being performed
    2,716,698 SETS LOGGED
    96.9 mSCORE

    Bent Over Barbell row is a compound movement that primarily targets your back, but also hits your shoulders, traps, and biceps. The use of a barbell adds more stability to this movement compared to something like dumbbells which can help you focus on exerting strength rather than stabilizing the movement. It’s a great exercise for building strength, and can be a way to start learning more advanced exercises like Olympic Lifts.

  9. 9. Romanian Deadlift

    Photo of Romanian Deadlift being performed
    2,562,730 SETS LOGGED
    99.2 mSCORE

    Romanian Deadlift is a variation on the more standard Deadlift. It’s a compound exercise that primarily targets your glutes, and hamstrings. Unlike the standard Deadlift, this variation focuses mostly on driving your hips forward to raise the weight, and restricts movement in your knees. This is a great exercise for building strength, and can translate well to other exercises that utilize a hip hinge.

  10. 10. Reverse Barbell Curl

    Photo of Reverse Barbell Curl being performed
    2,010,819 SETS LOGGED
    96.6 mSCORE

    Similar to other curls, this isolation exercise targets the biceps. Using a reverse grip increases the demand for grip strength, and can be a way to train for functional applications of biceps strength. The use of a barbell adds some stability to the movement when compared to equipment like dumbbells. This added stability means you can focus more on exertion rather than stabilizing the movement.

11 - 116

  1. 11. Upright Row

    Photo of Upright Row being performed
    1,851,564 SETS LOGGED
    95.1 mSCORE

    Upright Row is a variation on the more standard Row. Like other Rows, this is a compound exercise, however this variation primarily targets your traps. The use of a barbell helps to stabilize the movement, allowing you to focus more on exertion than stability. This is a great exercise for developing functional strength, as well as being a great way to improve more advanced exercises like Olympic lifts.

  2. 12. Stiff-Legged Barbell Good Morning

    Photo of Stiff-Legged Barbell Good Morning being performed
    1,734,542 SETS LOGGED
    89.8 mSCORE

    Stiff-Legged Barbell Good Morning is a variation on the more standard Good Morning. Like other variations this exercise primarily targets muscles in the rear chain (backside of the body), but especially the hamstrings, and lower back. The use of a barbell can help to add more resistance to the exercise, as well as help force you to keep your back straight and chest up. Keeping your legs straight will likely limit your range of motion, but can help further recruit your hamstrings.

  3. 13. Front Squat

    Photo of Front Squat being performed
    1,641,793 SETS LOGGED
    94.1 mSCORE

    Front Squat is one of the most common variations of the more standard Back Squat. Like other squat variations, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets your quadriceps. By racking the bar in front of your body instead of behind, you can further emphasize your quads. While the movements are fairly similar, Front Squat may translate better to applications in sports and other real world activities.

  4. 14. Barbell Hip Thrust

    Photo of Barbell Hip Thrust being performed
    1,597,264 SETS LOGGED
    94.8 mSCORE

    Barbell Hip Thrust is a more challenging, weighted variation of the Hip Thrust. Beyond the added resistance from using a barbell, you’ll also place your shoulder blades on a flat bend in or to raise yourself off the ground. This is a great variation for anyone looking to make their Hip Thrusts more challenging.

  5. 15. Good Morning

    Photo of Good Morning being performed
    1,286,128 SETS LOGGED
    91.1 mSCORE

    Good Morning’s are a compound exercise that primarily target muscles in the rear chain (backside of the body), but especially the hamstrings, and lower back. While this can be an effective exercise, there is some risk to performing this exercise with a loaded barbell on your back. If you’re unfamiliar with this exercise, try starting with a dumbbell variation as you learn the movement.

  6. 16. Barbell Shrug

    Photo of Barbell Shrug being performed
    1,016,598 SETS LOGGED
    92.4 mSCORE

    Barbell Shrug is a variation on the more standard Dumbbell Shrug. Like other shrugs, this is an isolation movement that primarily targets your traps. The use of a barbell over dumbbells adds stability to the movement. This allows you to focus more on exertion than stability. The barbell also forces you into an overhand instead of a neutral grip.

  7. 17. Barbell Decline Bench Press

    Photo of Barbell Decline Bench Press being performed
    986,315 SETS LOGGED
    88.5 mSCORE

    Barbell Decline Bench Press is a variation on the standard Barbell Bench Press. Like the standard Barbell Bench Press, this compound exercise primarily targets the chest, but also recruits the triceps and shoulders. Performing this exercise on a decline helps to emphasize the lower part of the chest.

  8. 18. Barbell Bicep Drag Curl

    Photo of Barbell Bicep Drag Curl being performed
    925,040 SETS LOGGED
    87.1 mSCORE

    Similar to other curls, this exercise targets the biceps. The use of a barbell adds some stability to the movement which can help you focus more on exertion rather than stabilizing the movement. This exercise keeps more consistent tension in your biceps throughout the movement by raising the dumbbells in a straight line rather than an arc. More consistent tension makes this a fantastic variation for building muscle mass in your biceps.

  9. 19. Push Press

    Photo of Push Press being performed
    873,051 SETS LOGGED
    89.5 mSCORE

    Push Press is a compound explosive exercise that primarily targets the shoulders. It’s most similar to something like a Thruster, but relies much less on the lower body. This is a great exercise for practicing timing for more advanced movements like the Jerk, or simply improving strength and power in your overhead presses.

  10. 20. Barbell Lunge

    Photo of Barbell Lunge being performed
    796,697 SETS LOGGED
    98.1 mSCORE

    Barbell Lunge is a weighted variation on the standard Lunge. Similar to other lunges, this exercise primarily targets the quadriceps. By using a barbell you can add more resistance than just bodyweight. In addition to increasing resistance, the use of a barbell can also improve your form and posture while performing this exercise.

  11. 21. Bulgarian Split Squat

    Photo of Bulgarian Split Squat being performed
    750,208 SETS LOGGED
    93.4 mSCORE

    Bulgarian Split Squat is a compound exercise that’s somewhere between a Squat and a Lunge. It’s a compound exercise that primarily targets your quads. By placing your back leg on a flat bench, you add some instability to the movement, while also further emphasizing your quadriceps. This is a great exercise for developing strength, power and stability in your lower body.

  12. 22. Standing Barbell Calf Raise

    Photo of Standing Barbell Calf Raise being performed
    745,666 SETS LOGGED
    85.6 mSCORE

    This exercise is a barbell variation of the standard calf raise. Like the standard variation, this exercise primarily targets your calves. The use of a barbell allows you to increase the resistance for this exercise beyond just your bodyweight.

  13. 23. Seated Barbell Shoulder Press

    Photo of Seated Barbell Shoulder Press being performed
    742,502 SETS LOGGED
    83.5 mSCORE

    Seated Barbell Shoulder Press is a variation on the more standard Shoulder Press. Like other variations, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets your shoulders. By performing this exercise while seated, you add much more stability to the movement, allowing you to focus on exertion rather than stability. In addition, being seated also prevents you from utilizing your legs to assist in moving the weight.

  14. 24. Rack Pulls

    Photo of Rack Pulls being performed
    592,243 SETS LOGGED
    91.9 mSCORE

    Rack Pulls are an easier variation on the more standard Deadlift. By placing the bar on a rack, you can restrict your range of motion, and start the movement from a higher point. This is great for anyone with mobility limitations, or who simply want to focus on the top part of their range of motion.

  15. 25. Landmine Row

    Photo of Landmine Row being performed
    542,924 SETS LOGGED
    77.1 mSCORE

    Landmine Row is a compound exercise that primarily targets the back, but also hits the shoulders and biceps. The use of the landmine causes the weight to arc towards the chest, rather than move in straight line. This is an excellent exercise for adding some variety to your rows, and is a great way to build muscle mass and strength.

  16. 26. Barbell Step Up

    Photo of Barbell Step Up being performed
    519,567 SETS LOGGED
    81.1 mSCORE

    Targeting the quads, glutes, and hamstrings, the Barbell Step Up is a compound exercise that also challenges balance and coordination. Performing this exercise with a barbell increases the resistance, enhancing muscle strength and endurance, making it a valuable addition to lower body workouts.

  17. 27. Sumo Deadlift

    Photo of Sumo Deadlift being performed
    470,624 SETS LOGGED
    93.3 mSCORE

    Sumo Deadlift is a variation on the more standard Deadlift. Like other Deadlifts, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets muscles in the rear chain (backside of the body), and especially hamstrings and glutes. While this exercise receives some criticism, it’s a perfectly valid choice for building strength, and a great addition to your leg days.

  18. 28. Floor Press

    Photo of Floor Press being performed
    413,738 SETS LOGGED
    70.6 mSCORE

    An upper-body compound exercise focusing on the chest, triceps, and shoulders. Performed by lying on the floor and pressing a barbell upwards until the arms are fully extended, then lowering it back down. This movement limits the range of motion compared to a bench press, emphasizing the lockout phase of the press and reducing shoulder strain. Ideal for those looking to build upper body strength and muscle mass while minimizing shoulder joint stress.

  19. 29. Pause Back Squat

    Photo of Pause Back Squat being performed
    323,212 SETS LOGGED
    78 mSCORE

    Intensifies the traditional back squat by incorporating a pause at the bottom of the squat, targeting the glutes, quads, and hamstrings. This variation increases time under tension, improving muscle strength and depth control. Ideal for athletes and lifters looking to enhance their squat technique and build lower body power, the pause back squat challenges stability and promotes muscle engagement throughout the entire range of motion.

  20. 30. Inverted Row

    Photo of Inverted Row being performed
    304,398 SETS LOGGED
    21.2 mSCORE

    Inverted Row is a bodyweight variation on the more standard row. Like other Row exercises, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets your back. The movement itself differs very little from a standard row. The benefit of this variation is that you can perform this exercise with your bodyweight, as well as keep your back completely straight.

  21. 31. Pause Barbell Incline Bench Press

    Photo of Pause Barbell Incline Bench Press being performed
    289,795 SETS LOGGED
    96.1 mSCORE

    The Pause Barbell Incline Bench Press is a compound exercise that targets the upper chest, shoulders, and triceps with an added emphasis on improving strength through the bottom portion of the lift. By pausing at the bottom of each rep, this variation increases time under tension and requires greater control and stability, making it more challenging than the traditional incline press. This technique not only enhances muscle hypertrophy and power but also improves the lifter's ability to generate force from a dead stop. Ideal for those looking to break through plateaus in chest and pressing movements, it also contributes to overall shoulder health and stability.

  22. 32. Barbell Ab Rollout

    Photo of Barbell Ab Rollout being performed
    276,994 SETS LOGGED
    27 mSCORE

    The Barbell Ab Rollout is a challenging core exercise that utilizes a barbell to enhance abdominal strength, stability, and endurance. Starting from a kneeling position with hands on the barbell, you roll the barbell forward while keeping your back straight and core engaged, then pull back to the starting position. This movement intensely targets the entire abdominal region, including the rectus abdominis and obliques, while also engaging the shoulders and back. It's an advanced exercise that requires good form and core strength to prevent back strain, offering significant benefits in core stabilization and muscular endurance.

    • Intermediate
    • Abs
  23. 33. Pause Bench Press

    Photo of Pause Bench Press being performed
    247,047 SETS LOGGED
    35.4 mSCORE

    A variation of the traditional bench press that emphasizes the bottom portion of the lift. This compound exercise targets the chest, triceps, and shoulders. By pausing for a brief moment with the barbell at chest level before pressing it back up to full extension, lifters increase time under tension and improve explosive power. This technique not only enhances strength gains by eliminating momentum but also develops control and stability throughout the lift. Ideal for powerlifters, athletes, and anyone looking to improve their bench press technique and overall upper body strength.

  24. 34. Palms-Up Barbell Wrist Curl

    Photo of Palms-Up Barbell Wrist Curl being performed
    241,474 SETS LOGGED
    51.5 mSCORE

    An isolation exercise targeting the forearms. This is a great exercise for improving grip strength, or building muscle mass in your forearms.

  25. 35. Single Arm Landmine Row

    Photo of Single Arm Landmine Row being performed
    231,166 SETS LOGGED
    49.8 mSCORE

    This exercise is a variation on Landmine Row. Similar to Landmine Row, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets your back. By performing this movement with each arm individually, you ensure that you aren’t compensating for any strength discrepancies between sides, as well as adding more instability to the movement.

  26. 36. Wide Grip Barbell Curl

    Photo of Wide Grip Barbell Curl being performed
    229,876 SETS LOGGED
    56.6 mSCORE

    Similar to other curls, this isolation exercise targets the biceps. The use of a barbell adds stability to the movement, which allows you to focus more of your effort on exertion rather than stabilizing the movement. Using a wider grip helps to further recruit the short head of the bicep.

  27. 37. Clean Deadlift

    Photo of Clean Deadlift being performed
    225,156 SETS LOGGED
    90 mSCORE

    Clean Deadlift is a variation on the more standard Deadlift. Like other Deadlift variations, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets the muscles in the rear chain (backside of the body), especially the glutes and hamstrings. Unlike a standard deadlift, the form for this variation is based on the Clean. This is a great exercise for improving your floor pull for Cleans.

  28. 38. Pause Front Squat

    Photo of Pause Front Squat being performed
    216,127 SETS LOGGED
    59.6 mSCORE

    Introduces a pause at the bottom of the front squat to increase time under tension and improve depth and form. This exercise targets the quads, glutes, and core, enhancing strength and stability in the lower body.

  29. 39. Palms-Down Barbell Wrist Curl

    Photo of Palms-Down Barbell Wrist Curl being performed
    212,658 SETS LOGGED
    58.6 mSCORE

    Palms Down Barbell Wrist Curl is an isolation exercise that targets the forearm. By positioning your forearm against a bench or other flat surface, you restrict any motion to your wrist. The use of a barbell helps to add some stability to the movement, as well as allowing you to perform the exercise with both sides moving a single weight.

  30. 40. Box Squat

    Photo of Box Squat being performed
    209,000 SETS LOGGED
    69.2 mSCORE

    Enhances lower body strength by focusing on the glutes, hamstrings, and quads. Performed by squatting down to a box at parallel or slightly lower, then driving upwards. This exercise builds power and improves squat technique by encouraging a pause at the bottom.

  31. 41. Stiff-Legged Deadlift

    Photo of Stiff-Legged Deadlift being performed
    205,218 SETS LOGGED
    74.2 mSCORE

    The Stiff-Legged Deadlift is a compound exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings, lower back, and glutes. By keeping the legs relatively straight throughout the movement, it places an increased emphasis on hamstring stretch and engagement, promoting muscle strength and growth in the posterior chain. This variation also aids in improving flexibility and enhancing core stability. It's a valuable exercise for those looking to develop lower body power and posture, as well as for athletes seeking improved performance in activities requiring strong and flexible hamstrings.

  32. 42. Pulse Back Squat

    Photo of Pulse Back Squat being performed
    194,619 SETS LOGGED
    79.9 mSCORE

    Enhances the traditional back squat by incorporating a small, pulsing movement at the lowest point of the squat. This variation significantly increases time under tension for the glutes, quads, and hamstrings, promoting muscle endurance and growth. The pulsing action challenges the muscles to maintain engagement through a more extended range, leading to improved strength and muscle tone.

  33. 43. Barbell Front Raise

    Photo of Barbell Front Raise being performed
    192,487 SETS LOGGED
    47.5 mSCORE

    Primarily focusing on the anterior deltoids, the Barbell Front Raise is an isolation exercise that enhances shoulder strength and muscular endurance. Performing this movement with a barbell ensures a balanced development of the shoulder muscles, contributing to overall shoulder health and aesthetic.

  34. 44. Landmine Press

    Photo of Landmine Press being performed
    189,545 SETS LOGGED
    52.2 mSCORE

    Landmine Press is a compound exercise that primarily targets your shoulders. The use of a landmine allows you to press the weight up and forward instead of only up. This can be a huge advantage for developing strength for sports or other functional applications.

  35. 45. Split Squat

    Photo of Split Squat being performed
    185,771 SETS LOGGED
    52.5 mSCORE

    Strengthens the legs and improves balance by isolating one leg at a time. Performed by stepping one leg forward and lowering the body until the back knee nearly touches the ground, it aids in developing unilateral leg strength and stability.

  36. 46. Pause Barbell Decline Bench Press

    Photo of Pause Barbell Decline Bench Press being performed
    183,641 SETS LOGGED
    50.5 mSCORE

    The Pause Barbell Decline Bench Press is a compound exercise targeting the lower chest, triceps, and anterior deltoids, incorporating a pause at the bottom to intensify muscle engagement and control. This variation adds a significant challenge by increasing time under tension and improving explosive power from a dead stop, making it more demanding than its traditional counterpart. The decline angle emphasizes the lower pecs, while the pause strengthens the lifter's ability to overcome inertia, enhancing muscle growth, strength, and the ability to initiate movement from a complete stop. It's particularly beneficial for athletes seeking to enhance their bench press technique and power output.

  37. 47. Landmine Squat to Press

    Photo of Landmine Squat to Press being performed
    166,981 SETS LOGGED
    39.5 mSCORE

    A compound exercise targeting the lower body and shoulders. By squatting with the landmine bar and pressing it overhead upon standing, it enhances full-body strength, coordination, and engages core muscles for stability.

  38. 48. Hang Clean

    Photo of Hang Clean being performed
    160,467 SETS LOGGED
    76.8 mSCORE

    Focuses on explosive power and coordination, targeting the legs, hips, and shoulders. Performed by lifting the barbell from the hanging position to the shoulders in one fluid motion, it develops functional strength and improves athletic performance.

  39. 49. Landmine Romanian Deadlift

    Photo of Landmine Romanian Deadlift being performed
    138,345 SETS LOGGED
    69.1 mSCORE

    Landmine Romanian Deadlift is a variation on the more standard Romanian Deadlift. Like other Romanian Deadlifts, this is a compound movement that primarily targets the hamstrings and glutes. The use of a landmine can add a small amount of stability to the movement compared to other equipment.

  40. 50. Single Arm Landmine Press

    Photo of Single Arm Landmine Press being performed
    130,869 SETS LOGGED
    29.5 mSCORE

    A unilateral shoulder and upper body exercise that utilizes the landmine apparatus for a unique pressing angle. By pressing a barbell with one arm at a time, it targets the shoulders, triceps, and core, emphasizing stability and balance. This variation allows for focused strength development on one side of the body, helping to correct imbalances and enhance coordination. Ideal for athletes and individuals seeking to improve shoulder strength, stability, and functional movement patterns, the Single Arm Landmine Press offers a safe and effective way to press overhead while minimizing joint stress.

  41. 51. Hang Power Clean

    Photo of Hang Power Clean being performed
    126,946 SETS LOGGED
    94.2 mSCORE

    Hang Power Clean is a variation on the Clean. Similar to the Clean, this compound explosive movement targets a wide range of muscle groups. The difference between a Hang Clean and a standard Clean is the starting position. By beginning from a hang position instead of the floor, this can be an easier variation for anyone struggling with the initial pull from the floor, or for someone looking to improve aspects of their Clean after the initial pull.

  42. 52. Hang Snatch

    Photo of Hang Snatch being performed
    113,429 SETS LOGGED
    81.3 mSCORE

    Targets explosive power and coordination by lifting the barbell from the hang position directly overhead in one fluid motion. This exercise develops functional strength and improves Olympic lifting skills.

  43. 53. Landmine Core Rotation

    Photo of Landmine Core Rotation being performed
    107,641 SETS LOGGED
    72.7 mSCORE

    The Landmine Core Rotation is a dynamic exercise targeting the entire core, with a particular focus on the obliques, by utilizing a barbell anchored in a landmine attachment or securely in a corner. Standing perpendicular to the bar, hold the end of the barbell with both hands near your chest. Rotate your torso, swinging the barbell from one side to the other in a controlled manner, engaging your core throughout the movement. This exercise not only strengthens and tones the abdominal muscles but also enhances rotational power and stability, making it beneficial for athletes and individuals looking to improve functional movement patterns.

  44. 54. Power Snatch

    Photo of Power Snatch being performed
    106,565 SETS LOGGED
    71.1 mSCORE

    The Power Snatch is an explosive and technical Olympic lift that works the entire body, emphasizing power, speed, and coordination. Starting from the floor, the lift involves rapidly pulling the barbell overhead in one smooth motion, catching it in a partial squat before standing fully. This movement targets the posterior chain (hamstrings, glutes, and lower back), shoulders, and traps, while significantly engaging the core for stability. It's highly effective for developing athletic performance, enhancing explosive strength, and improving neuromuscular coordination. Suitable for experienced lifters, the Power Snatch requires precision in technique for maximum effectiveness and injury prevention.

  45. 55. Barbell Behind The Back Shrug

    Photo of Barbell Behind The Back Shrug being performed
    97,441 SETS LOGGED
    52.1 mSCORE

    Barbell Behind The Back Shrug is a variation on the more common Barbell Shrug. Similar to other Shrugs, this is an isolation exercise that primarily targets your traps. By positioning the barbell behind your body instead of in front can help keep your shoulders in the proper position.

  46. 56. Reverse Grip Bench Press

    Photo of Reverse Grip Bench Press being performed
    91,394 SETS LOGGED
    20.3 mSCORE

    A unique compound exercise that targets the upper chest, triceps, and shoulders with an emphasis on the upper pectoral muscles. Performed by gripping the barbell with an underhand (supinated) grip and pressing it upwards from the chest, this variation alters the angle of force and increases activation of the upper chest compared to the traditional bench press. The reverse grip also places greater emphasis on the triceps, making it beneficial for those looking to enhance upper body strength with a focus on the upper chest and arm definition. It requires careful attention to form to ensure safety and effectiveness.

  47. 57. Olympic Squat

    Photo of Olympic Squat being performed
    84,949 SETS LOGGED
    69.6 mSCORE

    The Olympic Squat is a variation of the more standard Back Squat. Like other Squats, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets the quadriceps. This variation will have you keep your torso up more than other variations. This can help improve range of motion, and further recruit your quadriceps.

  48. 58. Deadlift to Calf Raise

    Photo of Deadlift to Calf Raise being performed
    83,744 SETS LOGGED
    80.6 mSCORE

    This compound exercise combines the strength-building benefits of the deadlift with a calf raise to target the posterior chain and calves simultaneously. Starting with a traditional deadlift to engage the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back, the movement transitions into a calf raise at the top, enhancing lower leg strength and stability. Ideal for those looking to maximize their workout efficiency, this variation also improves balance and postural support.

  49. 59. Behind the Neck Push Press

    Photo of Behind the Neck Push Press being performed
    75,990 SETS LOGGED
    29.1 mSCORE

    Behind the Neck Push Press is a variation on the more standard Push Press. Like the Push Press, this exercise is a compound explosive movement that primarily targets the shoulders. By keeping the barbell behind your neck you can help improve muscle activation in your shoulders, however it also places much more strain on your rotator cuff.

  50. 60. Sumo Squat

    Photo of Sumo Squat being performed
    75,175 SETS LOGGED
    43.3 mSCORE

    Targets the inner thighs, glutes, and quads with a wider stance than the traditional squat. This exercise improves flexibility and strength in the hips and legs, suitable for building muscle and enhancing lower body power.

  51. 61. Australian Pull Up

    Photo of Australian Pull Up being performed
    74,179 SETS LOGGED
    43.9 mSCORE

    A horizontal pull-up variation that targets the back, shoulders, and biceps with the body positioned under a bar. This exercise is excellent for beginners or as a way to focus on back muscle endurance and technique.

  52. 62. Overhead Barbell Lunge

    Photo of Overhead Barbell Lunge being performed
    70,893 SETS LOGGED
    75.5 mSCORE

    Holding the barbell overhead during lunges adds a significant stability challenge, engaging the shoulders, core, and hips, in addition to the primary leg muscles. This full-body exercise enhances posture, core strength, and lower body power, offering a comprehensive workout that improves functional fitness.

  53. 63. Barbell Seated Calf Raise

    Photo of Barbell Seated Calf Raise being performed
    70,672 SETS LOGGED
    66.7 mSCORE

    Barbell Seated Calf Raise is a variation on the more standard Calf Raise. Like other Calf Raises, this is an isolation exercise that targets your calves. By performing this exercise while seated, you add significantly more stability to the movement since you don’t need to worry about balancing to stay standing. This can help you focus more of your attention on exertion rather than stability.

  54. 64. Power Clean and Press

    Photo of Power Clean and Press being performed
    65,558 SETS LOGGED
    39.3 mSCORE

    Elevates the clean and press by focusing on the explosive nature of the power clean movement before transitioning into an overhead press. This variation demands and develops a high level of coordination, full-body strength, and explosive power, making it particularly beneficial for athletes in sports requiring dynamic movements. The power clean phase emphasizes speed and power from the floor to the catch position, while the press phase works on overhead strength and stability.

  55. 65. Landmine Single Leg Romanian Deadlift

    Photo of Landmine Single Leg Romanian Deadlift being performed
    62,181 SETS LOGGED
    69.1 mSCORE

    Landmine Single Leg Romanian Deadlift is a variation on the more standard Romanian Deadlift. Like other variations, this is a compound movement that primarily targets the glutes and hamstrings. Performing this exercise on one leg, is a great way to identify, and help address, discrepancies in mobility, strength, and stability between sides. The use of a landmine adds a bit more stability to the movement compared to other single leg variations.

  56. 66. Snatch Deadlift

    Photo of Snatch Deadlift being performed
    61,533 SETS LOGGED
    56.1 mSCORE

    The Snatch Deadlift is a variation of the traditional deadlift, tailored specifically to improve the pulling phase of the snatch lift. It employs a wider grip, mimicking the snatch setup, which emphasizes the engagement of the posterior chain muscles—hamstrings, glutes, and lower back—while also strengthening the upper back, traps, and grip. This exercise enhances the lifter's ability to generate power from the ground, crucial for successful snatch execution. Ideal for weightlifters looking to improve their snatch technique, the Snatch Deadlift also offers benefits in terms of overall strength, stability, and postural control.

  57. 67. Clean and Jerk

    Photo of Clean and Jerk being performed
    57,382 SETS LOGGED
    81.2 mSCORE

    A dynamic Olympic weightlifting movement that combines a clean, to bring the barbell from the ground to the shoulders, with a jerk, to press the bar overhead. This exercise develops explosive power, full-body strength, and coordination, making it essential for athletes looking to improve performance in power and strength sports.

  58. 68. Thruster

    Photo of Thruster being performed
    57,201 SETS LOGGED
    66.9 mSCORE

    A compound exercise that combines a front squat with an overhead press, engaging the legs, core, and upper body in one fluid movement. This exercise builds full-body strength and power, enhancing cardiovascular fitness and coordination. Ideal for those looking to increase functional fitness and perform intense, efficient workouts, the Thruster challenges multiple muscle groups and energy systems simultaneously.

  59. 69. Landmine Squat

    Photo of Landmine Squat being performed
    56,911 SETS LOGGED
    74 mSCORE

    Utilizes the landmine setup to engage the lower body and core with a unique angle of resistance that differs from traditional squats. This exercise targets the quads, glutes, and hamstrings while requiring the core to stabilize the body throughout the movement. The landmine squat is excellent for individuals looking to vary their squat routine, improve functional strength, and focus on form and technique without the need for a squat rack.

  60. 70. Hang Power Snatch

    Photo of Hang Power Snatch being performed
    55,923 SETS LOGGED
    72 mSCORE

    The Hang Power Snatch is a dynamic Olympic weightlifting movement that develops explosive power, full-body coordination, and agility. Performed by lifting the barbell from the hang position (just above the knees) to an overhead position in one fluid motion, it emphasizes the use of hip drive and shoulder stability. This exercise targets the posterior chain, shoulders, and traps, while also engaging the core muscles for stability throughout the lift. Ideal for athletes and individuals looking to improve their explosive strength and power, the Hang Power Snatch also enhances proprioception and neuromuscular efficiency, beneficial for a wide range of sports and physical activities.

  61. 71. Sumo Deadlift High Pull

    Photo of Sumo Deadlift High Pull being performed
    50,321 SETS LOGGED
    77.9 mSCORE

    The Sumo Deadlift High Pull is a compound exercise that combines the wide stance of a sumo deadlift with a high pull, targeting the legs, glutes, back, shoulders, and arms. This movement begins with a wide-legged stance, lifting the barbell from the ground and then pulling it to chin height with elbows high. It emphasizes power, strength, and coordination, enhancing muscle engagement across the posterior chain and upper body. Ideal for building explosive strength and improving functional fitness, this exercise also promotes cardiovascular health when performed at a higher intensity.

  62. 72. Plate Pinch

    Photo of Plate Pinch being performed
    49,462 SETS LOGGED
    37.9 mSCORE

    A grip strength exercise involving holding weight plates between the fingers and thumb. This is a great exercise for improving grip strength.

  63. 73. Power Clean Thruster

    Photo of Power Clean Thruster being performed
    47,355 SETS LOGGED
    71.8 mSCORE

    Combines a power clean with a thruster (squat to overhead press), targeting the legs, shoulders, and arms. This compound exercise improves explosive strength and cardiovascular fitness.

  64. 74. Barbell Curtsy Lunge

    Photo of Barbell Curtsy Lunge being performed
    44,013 SETS LOGGED
    57.8 mSCORE

    This lunge variation targets the glutes and thighs from unique angles, emphasizing the gluteus medius and promoting hip stability. The barbell adds a strength component to the movement, making it ideal for developing lower body power and muscle definition, as well as improving balance and coordination.

  65. 75. Snatch

    Photo of Snatch being performed
    43,632 SETS LOGGED
    86.8 mSCORE

    A technical Olympic lift that requires lifting the barbell from the ground to overhead in one swift movement. It enhances full-body strength, power, and coordination, ideal for advanced lifters focused on improving explosive movements.

  66. 76. Muscle Snatch

    Photo of Muscle Snatch being performed
    43,577 SETS LOGGED
    77.5 mSCORE

    Muscle Snatch is a variation on the more common Snatch. Like other Snatch variations, this is a compound exercise, however this variation is not nearly as explosive as others by design. By slowing down the movement, this is a great exercise for learning form, and developing the strength needed to perform a Snatch. While this exercise is usually used as a way to practice and improve your Snatch, it’s a perfectly valid exercise to include even if you don’t plan on training for Olympic lifts.

  67. 77. Barbell Back Squat with Deep Partial Squat

    Photo of Barbell Back Squat with Deep Partial Squat being performed
    42,810 SETS LOGGED
    76.6 mSCORE

    Integrates deep partial squats at the bottom of the traditional back squat to place greater emphasis on leg strength and mobility. This challenging variation pushes the muscles to work harder in a lower range of motion, increasing muscle activation and improving overall squat depth and performance. It's particularly effective for athletes looking to enhance their lower body power and resilience.

  68. 78. Push Jerk

    Photo of Push Jerk being performed
    40,784 SETS LOGGED
    54.3 mSCORE

    Improves explosive power and shoulder strength by driving the barbell overhead with a slight knee bend and straightening the legs to complete the lift. This exercise enhances overhead lifting technique and full-body coordination.

  69. 79. Barbell Pause Curl

    Photo of Barbell Pause Curl being performed
    40,142 SETS LOGGED
    35.1 mSCORE

    This variation of the traditional barbell curl introduces a pause at the peak contraction to significantly increase time under tension and enhance bicep engagement. By emphasizing the pause, it demands greater control and intensifies muscle activation, leading to improved muscle hypertrophy and strength. Suitable for those aiming to target bicep growth with added intensity.

  70. 80. Romanian Deadlift to Shrug

    Photo of Romanian Deadlift to Shrug being performed
    37,070 SETS LOGGED
    67.3 mSCORE

    Combining the Romanian Deadlift with a shrug at the top of the movement targets the posterior chain and then focuses on the traps and upper back. This variation strengthens and stretches the hamstrings and glutes before isolating the traps with a shrug, enhancing overall back strength and posture. Ideal for those looking to improve both lower and upper posterior chain development.

  71. 81. Clean and Press

    Photo of Clean and Press being performed
    35,647 SETS LOGGED
    74.5 mSCORE

    A dynamic compound lift that marries the clean with an overhead press, engaging the legs, core, shoulders, and arms to improve overall strength and power. Starting with the clean to bring the barbell from the ground to a front rack position, it transitions into a press to lift the weight overhead. This exercise not only builds muscle mass across major muscle groups but also enhances athletic performance by teaching the body to move weights efficiently through different planes of motion.

  72. 82. Overhead Squat

    Photo of Overhead Squat being performed
    35,429 SETS LOGGED
    87.4 mSCORE

    Strengthens the legs, core, and shoulders by squatting with the barbell held overhead. This exercise challenges balance and mobility, improving overall body strength and stability.

  73. 83. Landmine Sumo Squat

    Photo of Landmine Sumo Squat being performed
    34,921 SETS LOGGED
    73.1 mSCORE

    Utilizes the landmine setup for a sumo squat, adding a unique angle and resistance. This exercise targets the glutes, quads, and inner thighs, improving lower body strength and stability.

  74. 84. Meadow Landmine Row

    Photo of Meadow Landmine Row being performed
    34,459 SETS LOGGED
    72.3 mSCORE

    This exercise is a variation on the more standard Dumbbell Row. Similar to other variations, this is a compound movement that primarily targets your back. The use of a landmine causes you to raise the weight in an arc, up and slightly away from your torso at the top of the movement. By targeting each side independently, you can ensure that you aren’t compensating for any weakness between sides.

  75. 85. Romanian Deadlift to Bent-Over Row

    Photo of Romanian Deadlift to Bent-Over Row being performed
    32,903 SETS LOGGED
    71.2 mSCORE

    This hybrid exercise combines the hamstring and glute focus of the Romanian Deadlift with the upper back engagement of the Bent-Over Row. After completing the RDL, the lifter transitions into a row at the bottom of the movement, effectively targeting both the lower and upper body in one sequence. It's an efficient workout for those aiming to strengthen their posterior chain and enhance back muscle definition.

  76. 86. Romanian Deadlift to High Pull

    Photo of Romanian Deadlift to High Pull being performed
    27,377 SETS LOGGED
    67.5 mSCORE

    Merging the Romanian Deadlift with a High Pull incorporates a dynamic pull into the exercise, engaging the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back, followed by the traps, shoulders, and upper back. This combination not only builds lower body strength but also improves explosive power and upper body muscle engagement, suitable for athletes and individuals focusing on functional strength.

  77. 87. Muscle Clean

    Photo of Muscle Clean being performed
    27,322 SETS LOGGED
    42.7 mSCORE

    A variation of the clean that eliminates the need for a "catch" phase by requiring the lifter to pull the barbell directly to the shoulders without dropping under it. This exercise emphasizes upper body strength, particularly in the shoulders and arms, and improves pulling mechanics and explosiveness. Suitable for those focusing on technique and strength building in Olympic lifting movements.

  78. 88. Zercher Squat

    Photo of Zercher Squat being performed
    23,512 SETS LOGGED
    73.5 mSCORE

    Zercher Squat is a variation of the more standard Front Squat. Similar to Front Squats, this compound exercise primarily targets your quads. Unlike other squat variations, this exercise requires you to hold the barbell in the crook of your arm. This is a great way to mimic some functional applications that other squat variations may not. In addition this exercise can improve back and lower back strength to help improve other types of squats.

  79. 89. Barbell High Pull

    Photo of Barbell High Pull being performed
    23,144 SETS LOGGED
    83 mSCORE

    Combining elements of the deadlift, upright row, and shrug, the Barbell High Pull is a dynamic exercise that targets the upper back, shoulders, and traps, while also engaging the hips and legs. This movement enhances power, strength, and coordination, making it beneficial for those looking to improve their performance in explosive, compound movements.

  80. 90. Split Jerk

    Photo of Split Jerk being performed
    19,891 SETS LOGGED
    83.6 mSCORE

    Enhances explosive leg power and overhead strength by splitting the legs into a lunge position while jerking the barbell overhead. This exercise improves stability, coordination, and lifting efficiency.

  81. 91. Snatch Balance

    Photo of Snatch Balance being performed
    18,308 SETS LOGGED
    86.6 mSCORE

    Develops speed, power, and stability by dropping into a squat while pressing the barbell overhead. This exercise improves overhead squat technique and strengthens the shoulders and legs

  82. 92. Clean Pull

    Photo of Clean Pull being performed
    17,438 SETS LOGGED
    91.8 mSCORE

    Clean Pull is a variation, or more accurately, a piece of the more standard Clean. This compound movement targets a wide variety of muscle groups. The exercise itself focuses on the pull from the floor and driving your hips forward to explosively raise the bar. This is a great exercise for anyone working towards performing a full Clean.

  83. 93. Plate Flips

    Photo of Plate Flips being performed
    16,649 SETS LOGGED
    73.7 mSCORE

    Plate Flip is an explosive exercise that forces you to toss a relatively light plate into the air, and then catch the opposite side of the lip in the same hand. By tossing the plate into the air, this becomes a more explosive exercise than simply moving the weight up and down. In addition, the catch helps you improve coordination, as well as stability and control as you have to slow the plate down in order to actually catch it.

  84. 94. Power Clean from Blocks

    Photo of Power Clean from Blocks being performed
    16,168 SETS LOGGED
    54.4 mSCORE

    This exercise is an easier variation of the more standard Power Clean. Like other Clean variations, this is a compound explosive movement that targets a wide variety of muscles. By placing the barbell on blocks, you can remove the need to pull from the floor. This can help individuals with mobility limitations perform this exercise, or help focus on other aspects of your Power Clean beyond the first pull from the floor.

  85. 95. Pause Barbell Lunge

    Photo of Pause Barbell Lunge being performed
    16,028 SETS LOGGED
    73.8 mSCORE

    This lunge variation adds a pause at the bottom of each rep, increasing leg muscle activation and stability demand. The pause enhances time under tension, boosting strength and endurance in the quads, hamstrings, and glutes, and improving balance and coordination, making it a more challenging version of the traditional lunge.

  86. 96. Clean High Pull

    Photo of Clean High Pull being performed
    15,286 SETS LOGGED
    89 mSCORE

    Specifically targets the traps, shoulders, and legs by executing a high pull with the barbell to chest level, maintaining high elbows after performing the clean. This exercise is crucial for developing explosive power and enhancing the transition phase in Olympic lifting. It also significantly improves grip strength and the ability to generate force through the legs and hips, contributing to better performance in all forms of lifting.

  87. 97. Snatch Pull

    Photo of Snatch Pull being performed
    15,201 SETS LOGGED
    85.2 mSCORE

    Snatch Pull is a variation, or more accurately, a piece of the more standard Snatch. Like other Snatch variations, this exercise is a compound, explosive movement. While this exercise is most often used to help improve your Snatch, it’s a perfectly valid exercise, even if you aren’t looking to train with the full movement.

  88. 98. Snatch High Pull

    Photo of Snatch High Pull being performed
    14,093 SETS LOGGED
    85.8 mSCORE

    Snatch High Pull is a variation, or more accurately, a piece of the more standard Snatch. Like other Olympic lifts, this exercise is a compound, explosive exercise that targets a wide range of muscle groups. While this exercise is most often used to help improve your Snatch, it’s a perfectly valid exercise, even if you aren’t looking to train with the full movement.

  89. 99. Landmine Press and Catch

    Photo of Landmine Press and Catch being performed
    9,191 SETS LOGGED
    90.1 mSCORE

    Landmine Press and Catch is a variation on the Landmine Press. Similar to the Landmine Press, this is a compound exercise that primarily targets your shoulders. By raising the weight with one side at a time, you add more instability to the movement, as well as ensure that you aren’t compensating for any discrepancies in strength between sides.

  90. 100. Front Rack Stretch

    Photo of Front Rack Stretch being performed
    8,919 SETS LOGGED
    80.4 mSCORE

    Front Rack Stretch is a stretch that involves positioning a barbell in the front rack position, and alternating raising your elbows on the other side of the bar. This is a great stretch for improving mobility in your shoulders and triceps, and can be a great way to help improve your ability to perform exercises that require a front rack position.

  91. 101. Calf Raise to Shrug

    Photo of Calf Raise to Shrug being performed
    8,583 SETS LOGGED
    33.9 mSCORE

    This exercise combines a calf raise and a shrug. It’s often used as a way to work towards Olympic lifts, or improve certain aspects of those exercises. It’s an effective exercise for building explosiveness in both your calves and traps.

  92. 102. Snatch-Grip Deadlift

    Photo of Snatch-Grip Deadlift being performed
    6,716 SETS LOGGED
    86.7 mSCORE

    The Snatch-Grip Deadlift is a variation of the conventional deadlift that uses a wider grip, similar to that of a snatch lift. This adjustment increases the range of motion and places greater emphasis on the posterior chain, including the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back, as well as the upper back and traps due to the wider grip. The wider stance and grip require improved grip strength and enhance overall body mechanics and posture. Ideal for athletes looking to strengthen the muscles involved in Olympic lifting or for those seeking to add variety to their deadlift routine, the Snatch-Grip Deadlift is a powerful exercise for developing lower body power, upper back strength, and enhancing flexibility.

  93. 103. Cluster

    Photo of Cluster being performed
    6,213 SETS LOGGED
    90.3 mSCORE

    Cluster is a variation of two exercises, the Clean and the Thruster. This compound exercise primarily targets your quadriceps, but also hits a wide variety of muscle groups throughout the body. By performing a Thruster after your Clean, you can get some of the explosive benefits of a Thruster in a way that easily translates to your Clean and Jerk. This is a great exercise for anyone looking to improve their Clean, or develop power in general.

  94. 104. Clean from Blocks

    Photo of Clean from Blocks being performed
    6,163 SETS LOGGED
    91 mSCORE

    This exercise is an easier variation of a Clean. Like other Cleans, this is a compound explosive movement that targets many different muscle groups. By placing the barbell on blocks, you can remove the need to pull from the floor. This can help individuals with mobility limitations perform this exercise, or help focus on other aspects of your Clean beyond pulling the bar off the floor.

  95. 105. Power Clean to Front Squat

    Photo of Power Clean to Front Squat being performed
    5,923 SETS LOGGED
    54 mSCORE

    Merges the dynamic lifting phase of the power clean with the stability and strength challenge of the front squat. This combination exercise improves transitional efficiency between lifts, enhancing overall strength, power, and fluidity in movement. It's an effective training tool for athletes and lifters who wish to maximize their explosive lifting capabilities and squat strength in a cohesive, functional movement pattern.

  96. 106. Barbell Bulgarian Split Jump

    Photo of Barbell Bulgarian Split Jump being performed
    5,713 SETS LOGGED
    29.3 mSCORE

    Merges the Bulgarian split squat with an explosive plyometric jump, targeting leg strength and power while improving unilateral balance and coordination. This advanced exercise variation not only increases lower body muscle endurance and strength but also develops explosive power, which is essential for athletes involved in sprinting, jumping, and dynamic sports.

  97. 107. Power Snatch from Blocks

    Photo of Power Snatch from Blocks being performed
    5,642 SETS LOGGED
    94.4 mSCORE

    This exercise is an easier variation of the more standard Power Snatch. Similar to other Snatch variations, this is a compound explosive exercise that hits a wide range of muscle groups. By placing the barbell on blocks, you can remove the need to pull from the floor. This can help individuals with mobility limitations perform this exercise, or help focus on other aspects of your Power Snatch beyond the first pull from the floor.

  98. 108. Elevated Platform Barbell Romanian Deadlift

    Photo of Elevated Platform Barbell Romanian Deadlift being performed
    5,572 SETS LOGGED
    39.7 mSCORE

    By elevating the platform, this variation of the Romanian Deadlift (RDL) significantly increases the range of motion, targeting the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back with enhanced intensity. The elevated position promotes a deeper stretch and greater muscle activation, making it a powerful exercise for improving posterior chain strength and flexibility.

  99. 109. Split Snatch

    Photo of Split Snatch being performed
    5,483 SETS LOGGED
    94.4 mSCORE

    The Split Snatch is a variation of the traditional snatch that incorporates a split jerk-like leg position in the catch phase. This exercise combines the explosive lift of the snatch with the dynamic footwork of the split, requiring exceptional coordination, balance, and power. The athlete lifts the barbell overhead in one smooth motion, simultaneously splitting the legs into a lunge position to catch the bar. This technique targets the same muscle groups as the classic snatch—posterior chain, shoulders, and core—while significantly enhancing stability and flexibility in the lower body. Ideal for lifters looking to improve their snatch technique or overcome limitations in squat mobility, the Split Snatch offers a challenging yet effective way to develop full-body strength and athletic performance.

  100. 110. Front Squat to Jerk

    Photo of Front Squat to Jerk being performed
    4,975 SETS LOGGED
    29.7 mSCORE

    A compound movement that combines the front squat with a jerk, challenging the legs, core, and shoulders. This exercise sequence enhances full-body strength, explosive power, and improves Olympic lifting technique by requiring a smooth transition from a strong squat to a powerful overhead lift. It's particularly useful for athletes and lifters aiming to develop their clean and jerk performance, as it simulates the movement pattern while also building foundational strength.

  101. 111. Power Snatch to Overhead Squat

    Photo of Power Snatch to Overhead Squat being performed
    4,618 SETS LOGGED
    57.6 mSCORE

    The Power Snatch to Overhead Squat combines explosive lifting with deep squatting, enhancing full-body strength, flexibility, and coordination. Starting with a Power Snatch to lift the barbell overhead, it transitions into an Overhead Squat, maintaining the bar's position. This exercise targets the posterior chain, shoulders, and core, while the squat increases leg strength and mobility. Ideal for advanced lifters, it boosts athletic performance and functional fitness.

  102. 112. Elevated Platform Deadlift

    Photo of Elevated Platform Deadlift being performed
    3,804 SETS LOGGED
    52.6 mSCORE

    Performing deadlifts on an elevated platform increases the range of motion, allowing for a deeper stretch in the hamstrings and glutes at the start of the lift. This variation intensifies the engagement of the posterior chain and can aid in developing greater lower body strength and flexibility. Suitable for experienced lifters, it requires good form and flexibility to execute safely.

  103. 113. Clean Pull to Hang Clean

    Photo of Clean Pull to Hang Clean being performed
    3,426 SETS LOGGED
    57.2 mSCORE

    Combines the clean pull's emphasis on explosive leg and hip drive with the hang clean's focus on speed and coordination, enhancing overall power and efficiency in Olympic lifting techniques.

  104. 114. Snatch from Blocks

    Photo of Snatch from Blocks being performed
    2,472 SETS LOGGED
    55.2 mSCORE

    Focuses on the snatch technique from an elevated starting position, reducing the lift's range and emphasizing the explosive phase. Ideal for improving form, power, and speed in the snatch.

  105. 115. Split Clean

    Photo of Split Clean being performed
    1,935 SETS LOGGED
    42.1 mSCORE

    A technical variation of the clean that introduces a split leg stance during the catch phase to enhance stability, coordination, and power. This demanding movement pattern challenges the lifter to maintain balance and control while receiving the bar in a dynamic position, thereby improving athletic abilities and lifting techniques. The split stance helps distribute the weight and reduce the demand on squat depth, making it a valuable tool for lifters with mobility restrictions.

  106. 116. Snatch Pull to Low Hang Snatch

    Photo of Snatch Pull to Low Hang Snatch being performed
    1,729 SETS LOGGED
    53.9 mSCORE

    Combines the snatch pull's emphasis on the initial explosive pull with the precision of the low hang snatch. This exercise enhances power, coordination, and technique in the snatch movement.