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.
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.
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From a medical perspective, a 12 year old of either gender can safely engage in weightlifting, assuming proper form is learned and maintained for all lifts.
Weightlifting is exercise, sport, and a workout. It is when weights are used in different ways to help shape, grow, and strengthen different muscles.
"work on your biceps triceps and pectorials to improve your swing or your quads to improve your stace" Wrong. Wrong. WRONG. Teenage boys are in no position to disseminate weightlifting advice, such as in the original answer. The asker, like all other people who engage in weightlifting, needs to strengthen their whole body with weightlifting, using compound lifts.
A super set is when you have two different lifts and you replace your rest period with a set of the second lift For example, a lift you could be doing can be like dumbbell bench and dumbbell row where the sets would be like bench, row, bench, row, bench, row
Car lifts are used to help lift a car with ease. Their are many different styles of car lifts and different price ranges.
In Olympic lifting there is the clean and jerk, and the snatch.
There are a number of different styles of lifts used in the construction industry depending on the requirements of the job. Some of these lifts include scissor lifts, forklifts, boom lifts and cranes.