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Guideline: split jerk warm up

Engaging in primers before delving into your split jerk routine is crucial, particularly for those aspiring to master the motor pattern and skill associated with this exercise. Skipping the initial bar warm-ups and lighter weights can have adverse effects on your overall performance and learning curve. It not only aids in preparing your muscles for the intensity of the split jerk but also enhances neuromuscular coordination, promoting a smoother execution of the movement.


In essence, treating primers as an integral part of your split-jerk routine is a strategic investment in skill development, injury prevention, and optimal performance. By prioritising this preparatory phase, you set the foundation for a more effective and sustainable weightlifting journey.



Working on your dip:



Working on the split timing:



Learn to drive straight:



Stop leaning forward with your torso:



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