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Old 01-07-2013, 05:08 PM   #1
Peter Little
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Default Programming Question: Substituting kettlebell snatches for barbell

I'm using the Cathletics Main site 6 week Squat Program as a way to do a bit of programmed squat emphasis. I very much enjoy cleans, jerks, squats, deadlifts, but have found after years of attempts, I just can't remedy a strength inequality in my shoulders which always leads to shoulder pain with repeated snatching.

Since I'm not an Olympic lift competitor, never intend to be, just train for general fitness, I've surrendered barbell snatches. I can, however, kettlbell snatch all day without problems(which makes sense, given the relative ease of good form on kettlebell snatches compared to the technicality of barbell snatches.)

Any ideas of the best approach to substituting kettlbell snatches into snatch related movements in the 6 week programming? Double snatches for full snatches? relative weights for singles? What about for partial snatch moves?

And-can anyone see any harm in moving the partial snatch moves towards low volume deadlifts-giving a heavier strength focus, since I don't need or expect to need any snatch specific training?

Thanks ahead of time everyone...
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