Greg Everett

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Fix the Hips Shooting Up in the Snatch & Clean
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Technique | April 24 2019 | Comments (1)

We want to maintain a fairly constant back angle through the first pull, although we’ll nearly always see a slight change. It’s important to understand what actually co... Continue reading
Thoracic Mobility for Olympic Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Mobility, Preparation, Recovery & Injury | April 18 2019 | Comments

Most of you have discovered that a solid overhead position for the snatch and jerk requires good thoracic spine mobility to create a platform for shoulder mobility and stability. We also need some T-spine mobility to create an optimal back arch when pulling sn... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Extending the Knees Too Much Too Soon in the Pull and More
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Technique | March 27 2019 | Comments (1)

Matt Asks: It’s midnight and I can’t fall asleep because of the endless loop of mental snatch reps in my head. And it all crystallizes into this damning question, ... Continue reading
A Practical & Effective Daily Journal Routine
Greg Everett | Mental & Emotional | March 20 2019 | Comments (3)

The morning for me has always been a special time that offers a sense of inspiration, renewal and optimism. Even if I’m exhausted, it’s always my most productive time o... Continue reading
The Olympic Lifts: Complex but Not Complicated?
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting General | February 25 2019 | Comments (1)

In my quest to find new topics for articles, this was the suggestion I found most interesting. Evidently the idea that the Olympic lifts are “complex but not complicated&rdqu... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Snatch Swinging Forward
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Technique | January 30 2019 | Comments

Kris Asks: I have a lot of problems and one that I can't seem to correct is the bar looping after contact in the snatch. I’ve observed that during a no brush snatch my bar path is almost vertical, I extend with my torso upright and I'm pulling up... Continue reading
You Don’t Have to do Everything Right… Just Most of It
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Technique | January 16 2019 | Comments (3)

If you follow me, there’s a decent chance you’re someone who enjoys technical detail and is bordering on obsessive about skill development in weightlifting. I’d s... Continue reading
Control the Controllable & Handle the Rest
Greg Everett | Mental & Emotional | December 31 2018 | Comments (3)

Weightlifting’s a tough sport. Not just physically, but also mentally demanding and exhausting—especially early on when you’re not only trying to get stronger and more mobile, but also trying to master some difficult motor skills. I probably ... Continue reading
How to Fix Your Butt Wink… So We Can All Stop Saying Butt Wink
Greg Everett | Mobility, Preparation, Recovery & Injury | December 3 2018 | Comments (5)

The butt wink… I’m honestly not sure which is more worrisome to me—the actual phenomenon or the commonly accepted term for it. In either case, I’m going to... Continue reading
My 3 Biggest Mistakes in Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting General | November 12 2018 | Comments (4)

In scratching my head about what on earth I possibly have left to write about, it occurred to me after a mind-boggling exchange on Instagram that it would make sense for me to discuss a few things I’ve learned the hard way—in other words, what not ... Continue reading
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