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Clean vs Push Jerk

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Select your weight unit: Kilograms (kg) Pounds (lb)

Overall comparison

The daily number of clean lifts entered on Strength Level is greater than the daily number of push jerk lifts.

Metric Clean Push Jerk Difference Percent
Daily count 168 23 ↑145 ↑630%
Total lifts entered 97,145 9,824 ↑87,321 ↑889%

Male comparison

The average clean entered by men on Strength Level is heavier than the average push jerk.

The bodyweight of men entering clean lifts on Strength Level is on average less heavy than those entering push jerk lifts.

Metric Clean Push Jerk Difference Percent
Average lift 205.8 lb 201.4 lb ↑4.5 lb ↑2%
Elite lift 327.7 lb 338 lb ↓10.4 lb ↓3%
Average bodyweight 174.8 lb 179.1 lb ↓4.3 lb ↓2%
Lifts analysed 39,401 3,908 ↑35,493 ↑908%

Female comparison

The average clean entered by women on Strength Level is heavier than the average push jerk.

The bodyweight of women entering clean lifts on Strength Level is on average less heavy than those entering push jerk lifts.

Metric Clean Push Jerk Difference Percent
Average lift 122.8 lb 116.6 lb ↑6.3 lb ↑5%
Elite lift 193.7 lb 192.6 lb ↑1.1 lb ↑1%
Average bodyweight 141.3 lb 144 lb ↓2.7 lb ↓2%
Lifts analysed 12,072 2,199 ↑9,873 ↑449%

More comparisons

Compare clean versus one of the following exercises:

Power Clean Snatch Clean and Jerk Push Press Overhead Squat Clean and Press Power Snatch Push Jerk Thruster

See also

Push Jerk vs Clean Clean Standards Push Jerk Standards