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Weight lifting contests are usually of two kinds: either Olympic lifting (snatch and clean-and-jerk) or power lifting (squat, deadlift, and bench press). .
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weightlifting The two lifts currently competed are the clean and jerk and the snatch.
Olympic weightlifting consists of two lifts. The snatch and the clean and jerk.
I'm not sure but i was looking for the answer as well and wikipedia said "Clean and Jerk" I don't think it is right though. Can someone back me up on thisw or correct me.
The two lifts in Olympic Weightlifting are the Snatch and the Clean and Jerk.
The two lifts contested in the Olympics since 1972 are the snatch and the clean and jerk.
Workout belts and weight training belts are sometimes different but the two are actually pretty much the same thing.
There are both light and heavy duty car lifts that work for small and large vehicles. Car lifts can hold up to 6,000 pounds, and a four post lift will hold more weight than a two post lift.
Lifts go both up and down (and ski lifts go sideways). The two parts involved are the passenger compartment and the counter weight.
Assuming that each person is lifting equally the answer is 100 lbs each. The total weight 200, divided by 2. In reality it would depend on the center of gravity for the box, and also how evenly the weight of the box is distributed, plus also the height of the two lifters and the positions of their hands relative to the box's center of gravity.
Usually yes. In the process of weight lifting, you are actually tearing/breaking down muscle tissue. The soreness you feel is related to how much tissue was broken down during your weight lifting session. This soreness can last for a day or two, or as long as a week. It all depends how much you lifted, and how intense your workout was. The old weight lifting saying goes " no pain, no gain", which is referring to the pain you feel after your workout.