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Jasha Faye is a level 2 USA weightlifting coach and has been involved with the sport for over 25 years. A former Junior American and University record holder, Jasha represented the United States at 3 Junior World Championships, where his highest placing was 9th. He was Junior National Champion 3 times and American Champion twice. He was a resident athlete at the US Olympic Training center and he competed at the 1996 Olympic trials. He learned from two of America’s most prolific and successful coaches, Steve Gough and Dragomir Ciorslan.
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Adapting to the Grind: Mental Toughness & Visualization for Weightlifting
Jasha Faye | Olympic Weightlifting | March 26 2014 | Comments (12)

Olympic weightlifting requires the strength of a silverback gorilla, the speed of a cobra, the flexibility of a gymnast, and it helps to have the heart of a lion. But none of these qualities will make a champion without one ingredient. Even all of these attributes together donʼt amount to shit without one thing: dogged determination. Lifting weights is hard. Snatching is really hard. You may be really strong but you probably suck at snatching. It’s like swinging a golf club. So. Fu...... Continue reading
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