Entry 1 of 3 1 a : an annoyingly stupid or foolish person was acting like a jerk b : an unlikable person especially : one who is cruel, rude, or small-minded a selfish jerk 2 : a single quick motion of short duration a sudden jerk gave the handle a jerk 3 a : jolting, bouncing, or thrusting motions b : a tendency to produce spasmodic motions 4 a : an involuntary spasmodic muscular movement due to reflex action b jerks plural : involuntary twitchings due to nervous excitement 5 : the pushing of a weight from shoulder height to a position overhead : the second phase of the clean and jerk in weight lifting jerk. Most of the kids are nice, but some are jerks. The dead branch came loose after a few jerks. He felt the jerk of the line as a fish took the bait. The car started with a jerk. See More Recent Examples on the Web: Noun His sudden jerk of the wheel sent the SUV over the shoulder and hurtling down a steep embankment for nearly yards, smashing directly into the broad trunk of a large oak tree.
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The snatch and the clean and jerk are difficult movements. So before you load a barbell and try one of them, give these progression lifts a go. They'll help you develop the speed, mobility, and power to be successful. The sport of weightlifting is a polarizing enigma.
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