How to start weightlifting?

From a technical standpoint, Olympic Weightlifting, is an officially recognized sport involving two distinct lifts. Snatch Clean & jerk

Lifts Performed

The official Olympic lifts are the snatch and the clean and jerk.  Other terms like "Olympic" lifts, such as the power snatch and the power clean, are commonly mentioned, particularly in CrossFit settings.

What You Need?

True Olympic lifts typically require a specialized platform. You also need competition weight plates—or at least bumper plates, in a pinch—to perform the exercises safely.

Develop Dynamic Stability

In both sports and daily life, the demand for strength typically arises during movement.  Olympic lifts enhance strength and stability across key joints.

Improve Bone Density

snatch or clean and jerk offers a dynamic, full-body workout. These exercises are intense, enabling you to burn significant calories in a brief session.

Who Should do it? 

Olympic lifts are widely used in sports training. It's meant to lift heavier weights. However, it's important for beginners to start with lighter weights and focus on mastering proper form!