Hi, you guys, I'm Carly Sunae here at Panther Energy Total Fitness. And today, we're going to talk about Olympic lifts versus kettlebell exercises. Now, Olympic lifts are actually a sports, o.k. and people tend to, you have to use a barbell just like this and people add weights to gain strength and power. Now, some of the exercises they do are considered Olympic lifts, are your snatches and clean and jerks. So, I'll demonstrate what a clean and jerk is, o.k. So, you're going to come down, get a little momentum, bend in the knees. As you come up, clean your body with the bar, do it in slow motion. And to get underneath the bar, you have to drop to a squat, o.k. and then, press up. Alright, once again, down, clean the body with a bar, underneath it, snap underneath and press up. Now, that is your clean and jerk. Now snatch is a lot harder, you have to have a lot of explosive movement through your legs. So, you're going to go down and you're going to actually hover up, swing through, lock up the shoulders and the arms and back to center. So, those exercises look kind of difficult and they kind of are, but if you are taught the proper technique, you will do them fine and they are very safe. A great thing for Olympic lifts are, they're great for strength and power and gain muscle mass. Now, kettlebell exercises give you strength, but they're very good conditioning exercises because they work on full range of motion and you don't use as heavy of weights. So, endurance athletes tend to, like to do kettlebell exercises. You can do the same exercises, the clean and, you know, come up and press up, same exercises, but you can also do additional. Like your squats, your deadlifts, o.k. So, those the advantages of kettlebell exercises. More for endurance for the kettlebells, more for strength for Olympic lifts. Thanks again for visiting, I'm Carly Sunae.