well, lets say athlete A and athlete B are the same person in every characteristic except the lifts (somehow).. lets say they both practiced snatch/bench equally, and are efficient at each movement (even tho B has a crappy snatch).
athlete A would be better at using their hips.. so probably they would jump higher/run faster, but only a small degree..
if it comes to throwing shotput, then athlete B would do much better than athlete A.
if it came to throwing the javelin, athlete A would probably do a little better than athlete B.. the oly lifts are more "correlated" to this type of throw.. implement is light so the speed of movement is more specific to snatch/oly's.
...Kay, I'll keep the trolling with a minimum... no, I'll just stop trolling. I made a deal with Mod Brian.
It really is difficult to have a snatch so efficient to the point where you actually snatch more than you bench press. I believe Reza had a 460+ pound snatch, and his bench press is 480+ pounds... Consider the years he spent specializing with the olympic lifts, and yet, hasn't had a snatch that is bigger than his bench press goes to show how difficult it really is to raise your snatch to the point where it exceeds your bench press.
Neither. I front squat alot.
ATHLETE A will be a more explosive athlete overall. The power snatch involves the triple extension in your lower body, which is important with TONS of sports.
(random stuff that i just wanna say) All that really matters in the end is how much you can squat...
There is no pre-condition in weightlifting excercises that would make someone jump a certain height or run a certain speed. There are some correlations but NO 'causations.' Posts like these are rediculous,...if you want to run faster than RUN, weightlifting is not the primary means of training in such a case
Look up hammer throwing...I doubt Sedykh could bench more than a hundred kilos. Power cleaned 160 (although seldom trained power clean). Koji Murofushi power snatched 1371/2 and again I guarantee he cannot bench 120kg.
If you want a snatch bigger than your bench do snatches and no pressing moves...works every time..
and as for "all that ...how much you squat." Hal Connolly won the 56 hammer, and in the 60s squatted over 300kgs, both Sedekh and Murofushi have best squats of 245 and 240 respectively throw around 15m farther.
Hal was strong but as Sedykh always says " not strong in weight room - strong in hammer
and general advice look up Anatoly Bondarchuck and his view of congruate training - block periodisation - right now almost all world class throwers are doing some version of it..
and while on that topic look up Udo Beyer, give you another perspective on "olympic lifters are the strongest...."