I’m not going to even go into trying to teach an olympic clean via the internet. However, being such an incredibly important with such versatile application, we need to take a look at a couple of variants at least.
We’re leaving the heavy load, one off power behind and focusing on developing whole body coordination, speed, anaerobic conditioning, and stability.
All three examples in the video, all cleans in fact have the same three basic parts.
1st Pull: Knees straighten and the torso maintains a consistent angle to the ground.
2nd Pull: When the knees have straightened, the hips thrust forward with as much power and speed as possible as you shrug the shoulders and high pull.
Catch: The weight should be moving with enough energy that you’ve thrown it vertically. Release your grip, fall slightly back towards the ground and reposition your hands under the weight.
As with anything else, this takes practice. Then more practice.
Be safe, listen to your body and have fun. Now MOVE!