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Mike Boyle’s Exercise of the Week: Hang Cleans

Mike Boyle’s Strength & Conditioning Exercise of the Week:

Hang Cleans

When performing hang cleans, the speed of the bar is more important than the weight of the bar. The purpose of the hang clean is to develop power, and speed is more indicative of power than weight. We don’t mean to say to keep hang cleans light all the time. We still need a good amount of weight to increase power, but we don’t need to make the weight of the bar the number one priority. Move the bar as fast as possible, and you’ll be more powerful on the ice.

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