Olympic Weightlifting Training
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What To Do When Your Workout Just Isn't Happening
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | June 6 2016 | Comments

You have the perfect training program. And then one day you just can't do what you're supposed to do. You're exhausted, your body hurts, you can't seem to get warm,... Continue reading
Your Hands Are Part of Your Body: Straps & Grip in Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | May 12 2016 | Comments (4)

Lifting straps are a legitimate training tool for weightlifting—they unquestionably have a purpose and should be used at certain times with certain exercises by every weightl... Continue reading
Ask Greg: How Do I Get Faster in the Olympic Lifts?
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | January 7 2016 | Comments (5)

Jessica Asks: I've been religiously watching your videos for about a month now and am amazed at the speed at which Aimee gets under the bar!! I’m still a novice at Olympi... Continue reading
When Great Preparation Produces Lousy Training
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting Training | June 15 2015 | Comments (3)

Once again, my telepathic powers are working in turbo overdrive, because I know what many of you spend a lot of time thinking about.   You put a lot of time and effort i... Continue reading
Tunnel Vision vs. Training ADD
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting Training | November 3 2014 | Comments

There’s a right time for almost everything. There’s a time for peace, and a time for war. There’s a time for pizza, and a time for vegetables. There’s a time for celibacy, and a time for festive fornication.   In your weightlif... Continue reading
The 1 Kilo Rule: Set Yourself up for Weightlifting Success
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | October 27 2014 | Comments (6)

Weightlifting is a sport in which the rate of progress declines pretty reliably over time. That is, the longer you train, the more slowly you make progress. As you reach the time p... Continue reading
Progress... Twice as Hard for Half as Much
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting Training | April 29 2013 | Comments (9)

In the spring of 1993, I was snatching 120 kilos (264 lbs). I was twenty years old and I had been training as an Olympic lifter for about three years. In my workouts at this time, I was usually doing my snatch pulls with 135-140 kilos. This weight was so heavy... Continue reading
Jerks: From the Rack or Blocks
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | June 27 2012 | Comments (15)

Having our new jerk tables delivered this morning made me think of a common question—when and why do you use jerk blocks or tables and when do you just take the jerk from a rack and bring it back down yourself? This of course is an opinion sort of questi... Continue reading
When to Move on, and When to Punch Your Missed Lift in its Stupid Little Mouth
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | May 28 2012 | Comments (1)

There are times in a lifter’s life when lifts aren’t made. These times are, of course, the absolute worst, and in those moments following a missed lift, athletes can ge... Continue reading
Before You Squat: Physical and Mental Preparation
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting Training | July 30 2010 | Comments (7)

It struck me the other day while being miserable squatting that for all the talk and writing about how to squat, where to put the bar, how to program squats, there's a lack of ... Continue reading
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