Dynamic Training: Mastering Clean, Power Clean, and Front Squat for Optimal Performance

This article discusses adaptive training, specifically focusing on three key exercises: clean, power clean, and front squat. Adaptive training involves modifying exercises to meet the individual needs and abilities of athletes. The clean exercise involves lifting a barbell from the floor to the shoulders in one fluid motion, while the power clean emphasizes explosive power. The front squat targets the muscles in the front of the body. By incorporating these exercises into adaptive training programs, athletes can enhance their strength, power, and overall performance.