I’ve had the video attached below on the Double Knee Bend saved for what seems like a year. I haven’t posted it because I didn’t want to confuse people. This hip action is a natural phenomenon once you start developing speed on the lifts. Lifters will try to mimic this action, buy but even thinking about it can screw it up. I am guilty of this, site especially when I started to really learn the Olympic lifts. Just jump, get tall and pull back under.
The Double Knee Bend is also known as the Scoop or Transition. I have seen the Snatch broken down into these portions: the First Pull (from the floor), the Double Knee Bend/Scoop, the Second Pull (Arm Pull past your hips), the Third Pull (Pulling your body under the Bar), and the Catch.
The Double Knee Bend from Greg Everett at Catalyst Athletics
Workout of the Day
3 Position Snatch
From Hi Hang, to Low Hang, to Floor
Rack Bar on your Back, walk around Parking Lot