Overview

"If [an] athlete is serious about getting considerably stronger, he needs to incorporate at least one explosive exercise into his routine. And more is even better." - Bill Starr

The barbell lifts include both power lifting and olympic lifting and greatly emphasize the strength, power, and speed aspects (among others) of CrossFit's ten general physical skills.  Proven competency in each of these lifts is a good indication of overall strength and explosiveness.

Results
[ 6 Months | 1 Year | All Time ]
Lift Date Result From Workout
Deadlift January 06, 2020 1 rep @ 405 lbs Deadlift : 1 Rep Max
Back Squat September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 360 lbs Back Squat : 1 Rep Max
Front Squat September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 295 lbs Front Squat : 1 Rep Max
Overhead Squat September 12, 2019 10 reps @ 185 lbs Chipper: Pull-ups, Chest-to-bar Pull-ups, Bar Muscle-ups and 6 more
Thruster December 09, 2019 100 reps @ 135 lbs AMRAP 20 mins: Bench Press, Strict Pull-ups and Thrusters
Shoulder Press September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 170 lbs Shoulder Press : 1 Rep Max
Push Press January 07, 2020 1 rep @ 195 lbs Push Press : 1 Rep Max
Jerk September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 270 lbs Jerk : 1 Rep Max
Snatch September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 190 lbs Snatch : 1 Rep Max
Clean September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 260 lbs Clean : 1 Rep Max
Clean & Jerk December 17, 2019 1 rep @ 225 lbs Clean & Jerk : 3 @ 65%, 3 @ 70%, 2 @ 75%, 2 @ 80%, 2 @ 85%, 1 @ 90%, rest 2 mins
Bench Press September 02, 2019 1 rep @ 270 lbs Bench Press : 1 Rep Max

CrossFit Journal Articles

Read more about The Lifts.

The Burgener Warmup -Mike Burgener
The Stance -Mike Burgener
Clean and Jerk -Mike Burgener
The High Hang Snatch -Mike Burgener
Reviewing The Snatch -Mike Burgener
Receiving The Bar -Mike Burgener
Snatch Grip Position -Mike Burgener