Answer: In many cases you will hear people say “thruster”. They may mean a swimming stroke which is called a thruster or they can combine it with the term overhead squat to describe the type of movement commonly done in the sport of Olympic lifting. The main difference between these two movements is you hold on to something when doing an overhead squat unlike, you do not hold on to anything when doing a thruster so this is why they are both called different things. This includes squats, deadlifts and cleans. CrossFitters use the term ‘thruster’ interchangeably with all three lifts because most people who lift weights also swim laps unless they do weight training exclusively for their sport (only weight training athletes would be familiar with the terms). I like to call them overhead squats since that is what most people consider it but I still think of them as thrusters since my mind travels back too old school gym swimmers/NXers! So please don’t use any one of those words interchangeably for different types of lifts especially if there are multiple lifts like cleans vs deads vs overhead squats that fall into each category (I try not to call out any one lift instead always give 2 or 3 examples) but there are certain contradictions where some coaches will answer “overhead squat” instead of “jerk” because jerk involves holding something up by pulling under your legs while overhead squats do not involve anything below
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