Weightlifting Personalities: Are You a Dog or a Cat?
Some athletes are like dogs, and others are like cats. As a coach, you need to know how to handle both types. Let me explain.
With dog athletes, we’re talking about the ones who are high on aggression and low on fear. They’ll go ... Continue reading
Tapering for Olympic Weightlifting Competition
All the fancy, productive training in the world doesn’t mean much if you can’t put it all together in competition and demonstrate the ability you’ve developed when it counts. There’s more to this than simply the final 1-2 weeks of tapering in a cycle, but that’s what I&... Continue reading
Routine: It’s Not Just For Being Bored!
The idea of routine is generally not one people get excited about… spontaneity tends to be a bit more thrilling. Spontaneity is great for your romantic relationships, but I don’t care about those—I care about you getting better at weightlifting. And when it comes to weightlifting&... Continue reading