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Internal Rotation Overhead in the Snatch... Really?
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 8 2018 | Comments (7)

OK, I’m going to wade all the way into this filthy mess. I’ve written about the overhead position, including the proper orientation of the arms, many times for many yea... Continue reading
Dial in the Phases of the Snatch & Clean
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | July 30 2018 | Comments (1)

Like any athletic action, the snatch should be executed as a single, fluid motion. But like most complex tasks, it helps to break it into more digestible segments both conceptually and for the purposes of motor learning. The following gives you the most import... Continue reading
When Athletes Want to Run the Coach-Athlete Relationship
Matt Foreman | Editorial | July 26 2018 | Comments

Just look at the title of this article. Man… this kind of stuff is major sign-of-the-times territory.   We all know we live in an age where everybody thinks they&rsqu... Continue reading
Static Stretching in a Warm-up: Will You Die?
Greg Everett | Mobility & Training Preparation | July 23 2018 | Comments (3)

About twelve years ago, a burst of information started popping up with regard to negative affects of static stretching on performance of explosive athletic movement and propriocept... Continue reading
I’m So Sick of Your Sloppy Reps
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | July 16 2018 | Comments (3)

I was asked the other day what my pet peeve with novice lifters is, and conveniently enough, it’s the same for all levels of lifters and athletes across all sports, in fact: sloppy reps and the mindset that allows them.   Let me make myself clear:... Continue reading
Plate Storage Bench Building Tutorial
Greg Everett | Equipment | July 9 2018 | Comments

I built four of these suckers a few years back when Catalyst Athletics moved from its first to second location, and I stupidly didn’t take photos along the way and put together a building tutorial like I have for a number of other things. I’ve gott... Continue reading
Should Masters Weightlifters Be Drug Tested?
Matt Foreman | Editorial | July 5 2018 | Comments (6)

I’m writing this article on June 24th, 2018. In two months, the World Masters Weightlifting Championship will take place in Barcelona, Spain. Want to hear something crazy? The organizers of this meet had to cut off the entry deadline a week early because... Continue reading
Lose the Belt. Some of the Time.
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | July 2 2018 | Comments (2)

Weightlifting belts are a handy piece of gear, and one of the few I think are worthwhile. Since the dawn of internet time, belts have been at the center of questions regarding value, purpose and use, and you have about as wide a range of opinions on this as an... Continue reading
How to Quit Hitting Your Pubic Bone When You Snatch
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | June 25 2018 | Comments (6)

Not many things kill your interest in snatching as quickly as smashing your pubic bone with the bar. That’s why I recommend against it.   I’ve heard a surprising... Continue reading
How Much Should/Can You Compete in Weightlifting?
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | June 18 2018 | Comments

You can break competitive weightlifters into two big categories: Those who love to compete, and those who don’t. I realize it sounds odd to talk about competitive weightlifte... Continue reading
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