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Ask Greg: Should Snatches Be Received as High or Low as Possible?
Greg Everett | Ask Greg Everett | May 25 2017 | Comments

David Asks: My question is should snatch attempts be received at the highest position possible or the lowest? A brief recap of my situation is that I own and coach at an Oly liftin... Continue reading
Important Lessons for National Competition
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | May 22 2017 | Comments (4)

The 2017 National Championships just wrapped up in Chicago last weekend, and since I skipped writing an article for the week because of it, I figured I’d better write an article about it as penance. The following are some lessons I think are important fo... Continue reading
Strategies for Fighting Self-Doubt in Weightlifting
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | May 8 2017 | Comments (2)

When you’re training towards a big number you want to hit, there’s a road you have to travel. That road is supposed to be smooth, but sometimes it gets a little bumpy. ... Continue reading
Lifting the Bar off the Floor: Get it Right without Over-Complicating It
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | May 1 2017 | Comments (1)

The start and first pull of the snatch and clean can be anything from something a lifter never even considers, to a technical challenge that drives a lifter crazy for years. While ... Continue reading
Modern Weightlifting Training Methods Are Not Better Than Old Ones & There Are Numbers to Prove It
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | April 24 2017 | Comments (7)

It’ll take me a minute to get to the main point on this one, so just hang with me. I promise it’ll be worth it.   Not too long ago, a powerlifter named David Ric... Continue reading
You Just Realized You’re Having a Midlife Weightlifting Crisis
Mike Gray | Olympic Weightlifting | April 19 2017 | Comments (4)

This article is aimed at people over the age of 35 who have recently started the fun journey of Olympic weightlifting. Throughout this, I’m going to give you some insight and... Continue reading
When & How to Think for Weightlifting Technique Correction
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | April 17 2017 | Comments

Weightlifting is a sport that elicits a lot of skull sweat in a number of different ways, the most common of which is arguably related to technique learning and corrections. Howeve... Continue reading
Quit Thinking About Missing Your Heavy Lifts While You’re Doing Your Light Ones
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | April 10 2017 | Comments

My last article was titled Quit Talking About Your Opener Like It’s The Only Lift You’re Planning to Make. This article is called Quit Thinking About Missing Your Heavy... Continue reading
Music in Training: Is It Helping, or Making You a Whiny Baby?
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | April 3 2017 | Comments (3)

I usually like listening to music when I train. Most athletes I’ve known do. Typically the reason given if they’re asked why is that it keeps them motivated and energet... Continue reading
Quit Talking About Your Opener Like It’s The Only Lift You’re Planning To Make
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | March 27 2017 | Comments (3)

I went to the American Open Series One meet in Reno last week to coach my team of lifters, and let me tell you something… I heard a lot of comments in the warmup room that t... Continue reading
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