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Individual Variation in Weightlifting: Effects & Solutions
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | September 18 2017 | Comments

We all love simple, formulaic answers to our questions. It makes life easy to be told exactly how to do something with no equivocation. In weightlifting, we all want to know right ... Continue reading
Calling Yourself a National-Level Weightlifter When You’re Not
Matt Foreman | Editorial | September 11 2017 | Comments (2)

I’m getting a lot of good writing material from the scorched-earth arguments I read on Facebook these days.   One of them that seems to keep popping up is on the subje... Continue reading
Garage Mind: The Spirit of American Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | September 4 2017 | Comments (3)

Periodically, I receive messages from people asking me what garage mind means. They all have a vague notion of the concept, but can’t quite express it. I found that it’... Continue reading
38 Things You’ll (Hopefully) Learn in Weightlifting
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | August 28 2017 | Comments

Right about the time you look at a training program and decide it’s stupid and useless, you’ll usually find out somebody out there has used it and had a lot of success.... Continue reading
Dynamic Starts in the Snatch & Clean: Why & When to Use Them
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 21 2017 | Comments

Dynamic starts in the snatch and clean are used by the majority of elite weightlifters, and for good reason. However, like many things done by elite athletes, in many cases a dynam... Continue reading
A Vertical Bar Path in the Turnover is Forward
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 14 2017 | Comments

“Your confusing thesis has captured my attention; please tell me more.” –Phil Hartman as Bill McNeil in News Radio   I questioned my choice of title for th... Continue reading
Shoulder Dislocation Rehab for Weightlifting: Part 5
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 10 2017 | Comments

It’s been months since the last installment (see the first article here), so I figured it was probably time for another in case the three of you who still care are curious. I... Continue reading
About This “It’s a Power Snatch If It’s Above Parallel” Thing
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | August 7 2017 | Comments

Okay, let’s do a quick chat about something I’ve seen occasionally throughout my years in weightlifting.   Obviously you all know what power snatches and power c... Continue reading
Technique Correction without Coaching
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | July 31 2017 | Comments (2)

We all tend to get caught up in technique coaching for the snatch and clean & jerk—it’s the most obvious problem to address, and it’s arguably an easier part of the sport than something like programming. More specifically, I think more of... Continue reading
What You Can Expect in Weightlifting When You Get Older
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | July 24 2017 | Comments (2)

I’m going to start this article with a post I put on Facebook recently. A masters lifter had tagged me in a separate post of her own where she was wondering out loud about wh... Continue reading
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