CLEAN + Front SQUAT + JERK
This is one of those exercises that has never been easy, because it can only be complicated or very complicated. It's often used in the preparation period and less often in the transition period (with a small 40-60% weight). Regardless of how many reps will be in the CLEAN and SQUATs, JERK from the chest will always be performed in a fatigued state. The number of reps in each exercise is determined by what we want to focus our attention on: development of the "base", increase the total amount of work, work on single reps in JERK from the chest with fatigue or improve the stability of the JERK with multiple reps. It is important to mention that this exercise is not for beginners, because it requires developed skills and stability of technique and the ability to "endure" the load.