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Pulling Matters: 5 Situations In Which You Need Pulls
Sergey Bondarenko | Olympic Weightlifting | November 9 2015 | Comments (6)

When I had just started to work online with Western athletes and asked them to provide their training logs or at least to describe their past training experience, I was surprised t... Continue reading
Shoulder Dislocation Rehabilitation for Weightlifting: Part 2
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | November 2 2015 | Comments (11)

I realize that when I wrote the first article in this series I said I’d write every 1-2 weeks and it’s now been about 11 weeks, but in my defense, there wasn’t mu... Continue reading
Interview: Caine Wilkes
Matt Foreman | Interviews | October 28 2015 | Comments (1)

400 kilos is a lot of weight. It’s 881 pounds. Totaling 400 kilos in an Olympic weightlifting competition is extremely hard to do. How close are you to this number, personally? You’re probably a long ways away. Don’t feel bad about it. Only s... Continue reading
Weightlifting Talent & Craziness: Are ALL The Good Ones Nuts?
Matt Foreman | General Training | October 26 2015 | Comments (2)

Does high performance go hand-in-hand with having a difficult personality? Seriously, think about all the famous names you’ve heard about, people who have incredible talents ... Continue reading
Pressing Exercises for Weightlifters: Why, When and How?
Sergey Bondarenko | Olympic Weightlifting | October 19 2015 | Comments (3)

Until 1973, there was no question whether to press or not. The Clean & Press was part of the Olympic competition, and weightlifters trained the press like they now train the sn... Continue reading
Interview: Kelly Rexroad Williams
Matt Foreman | Interviews | October 14 2015 | Comments

Mileage counts for a lot in weightlifting. Those of you who read this magazine have varying levels of time and experience as strength athletes. Some of you just started training recently, others have been banging away for a few years, and a few of you have ... Continue reading
Clean and Jerk Technique: The Pop-and-Adjust…When, Why, and How
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | October 12 2015 | Comments (1)

Somebody asked me recently if it’s hard to keep finding weightlifting topics to write about, now that I’ve been putting out articles for a long time and I’ve cove... Continue reading
Your Rest Day: Don’t Waste It
Mike Gray | Olympic Weightlifting | October 5 2015 | Comments (6)

Weightlifters look forward to their rest days like a child looks forward to Christmas: You have such high expectations for it, but more often than not, it gets wasted and ends up having detrimental effects on your training instead of positive.   Tell me... Continue reading
Olympic Weightlifting Program Design: The Year Plan
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | September 28 2015 | Comments (1)

Sometimes a year can seem to be an extremely long period of time, and often athletes and coaches will avoid even thinking that far ahead, let alone planning. However, when you cons... Continue reading
Snatch and Clean: Shift Your Torso Vertical, Legs Under the Bar
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | September 21 2015 | Comments (5)

Remember when you first saw the snatch and clean and jerk performed by Olympic weightlifters? And I’m talking about REAL weightlifters… athletes with an advanced level... Continue reading
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