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Efficiency, Bar Paths, New Techniques & Other Things I Hate
Greg Everett | Editorial | June 19 2014 | Comments (8)

I’m not sure why this issue is on my mind today, but I’m bothered every time I hear the word efficiency used in reference to improving weightlifting technique.  ... Continue reading
Beating Setbacks and Haters: It's Part of Your Training
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | June 9 2014 | Comments (1)

How many of you know a rap group called Cypress Hill? Some of you probably do, and some of you probably don’t. You might have no idea who I’m talking about, because... Continue reading
Why Are You Here?
Mike Gray | Olympic Weightlifting | June 2 2014 | Comments (3)

I repack my gym bag every day before I leave to go train. I take out the empty water bottles and replace them with new ones, throw out the balls of pre-wrap and tape, and make sure I have my Jolt gum, clean towel, and two pairs of socks. I do this because I li... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Jumping in the Snatch
Greg Everett | Ask Greg Everett | May 26 2014 | Comments (5)

Erika Asks: I was debating all day if I should even attempt to ask a question, since I have this lack of self-confidence that comes with other people constantly needing to tell me something. I couldn't believe the article you just posted today, Advice: Som... Continue reading
A Masters Weightlifting Program that Worked
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | May 21 2014 | Comments (17)

I taught a seminar today on weightlifting programming, focused specifically on loading (how much weight athletes should be lifting in their daily/weekly workouts). Since everybody and their crippled grandmothers are asking about programming these days, I thou... Continue reading
The Team Environment for Olympic Weightlifting
Travis Cooper | Olympic Weightlifting | May 19 2014 | Comments

A lot of weightlifters do very well training on their own as garage warriors. There is nothing wrong with that, and I commend everyone who digs deep everyday to grind through a wor... Continue reading
Feel it First: Weightlifting Technique Corrections
Greg Everett | Quick Tips | May 12 2014 | Comments (2)

A point I try to emphasize in all of my seminars is that it’s generally easier and more effective to teach athletes’ bodies what to do than to teach their brains. That ... Continue reading
Stay Connected to the Bar: Snatch & Clean Turnover
Greg Everett | Quick Tips | May 8 2014 | Comments (4)

One of the most common problems I see or hear complaints about is the barbell crashing in the clean (and even in the snatch to a lesser extent). There are two very simple ways to h... Continue reading
Catching Cleans
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | May 6 2014 | Comments (24)

A couple of weeks ago, I posted an article about how you can improve your snatch technique by concentrating on keeping the bar close to your face when you’re transitioning into the turnover. Want to know a secret about that article? I wrote it over... Continue reading
Mobility for People Who Hate Doing Mobility
Mike Gray | Mobility & Training Preparation | April 28 2014 | Comments (6)

Let me start this pile of words off with two things... 1. I hate mobility work. When I get to the gym, I want to lift, not roll around on a bunch of over priced dog toys for 30 minutes. I don’t read books about it or pore over videos of people strapp... Continue reading
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