The Snatch Challenge or 1 Arm Swing. By Lauren Brooks. For those just tuning in, I want you to pay attention to the slow motion part of the video. If you're looking to refine your snatch notice a few things here. The depth of my back swing.
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When it comes to developing speed and coordinated, total-body strength and muscle, nothing rivals an Olympic lift called the barbell snatch. Body Plan. So why don't you see every guy at the gym pounding out rep after rep of the barbell snatch? It's one of the most technically difficult lifts to master, says Durkin. That's why Durkin chose the single-arm kettlebell snatch, a modified version of the Olympic lift, for this weekend's challenge. You'll get all the benefits of the barbell snatch because the exercise still employs nearly all your muscles and activates your fast-twitch muscle fibers—the ones with the greatest potential for size and strength. Plus, there's an added bonus for your six-pack when doing the kettlebell snatch. The kettlebell's weight isn't evenly distributed like the barbell, so your smaller stabilizer muscles and core have to work significantly harder to control the bell's momentum as it changes directions. Swing the weight between your legs, and then pull it forward along a vertical path in front of your body in one fluid motion. When the bell reaches chest height, flip it over as you push the kettlebell overhead.
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The challenge tests the contestants' skills at celebrity impersonation and improvisational comedy. It is normally staged approximately halfway through the season, although the number of contestants still in the race at the time of a Snatch Game challenge may vary from season to season. Snatch Game is commonly perceived as one of the most important and memorable challenges of the show and, in RuPaul's own words, the challenge separates "the basic bitches from the fierce-ass queens. Due to the show's format, impersonated celebrities are usually female, although there have been several instances of contestants choosing male celebrities whose public images were sufficiently flamboyant to fit in with a drag aesthetic;  two contestants chose to create the character of male public figures' fictional twin sisters, and several contestants have chosen to impersonate other people directly associated with the show, such as other past or present contestants, Michelle Visage or even RuPaul himself. The challenge also typically brings in celebrity guests to serve as answer providers in the Match Game versions or bachelors in the Dating Game versions; the celebrity guests sometimes but not always also serve as mainstage guest judges at the end of the episode. However, some seasons have also used members of the show's regular judging panel, such as Michelle Visage, Ross Matthews , Carson Kressley or Rhys Nicholson , in lieu of outside guests. The second season was the first to include the "Snatch Game" challenge. Alec Mapa and Phoebe Price were the guest celebrity contestants. The guest celebrity contestants for the third season's installment of "Snatch Game" were Amber Rose and Aisha Tyler , both of whom served as guest judges during the main stage competition later in the episode.