From the position
in Pic. 2 you have a few of different options.
One option is to clean the dumbbell
to your shoulder and press it immediately overhead
as shown in Pic. 6. This Clean and Press of the dumbbell is
great when you are using heavier weights and might need a
momentary pause before hefting the dumbbell overhead.
Your second option is to jump your feet a
little bit further forward than what is shown in Pics 2 and
4 and proceed to Swinging the dumbbell
over your head. This Swinging option is perfect for
lighter dumbbells and workouts that are designed to develop
quickness in your hip snap.
The third option is what is known as the Snatch
and this can be used with either heavier dumbbells or lighter
ones depending on what you are trying to accomplish. In the
Snatch, the dumbbell is simply ripped directly from the ground
in Pics 2 and 4, travels right next to your body and is caught
in the lockout position. The Snatch is an awesome
exercise that will develop serious hip snap and build your
traps like crazy!