Q & A with Greg Everett


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Avoiding Burnout - Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | December 11 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Please share & subscribe! Cindy Asks: How do you keep your athletes from experiencing burn out? How do you keep them consistent with their training? ...
Training After Weightlifting Competition - Q&A With Greg Everett
(1) Comments | December 4 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Vaughn Asks: How should you train after a weightlifting meet? Please share & subscribe!...
RDL Or Good Morning? Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | November 27 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Samantha Asks: Do you prefer good mornings or RDLs as an accessory for posterior chain work, or do you have another preferred exercise? Please share & subscribe! ...
Becoming A Weightlifting Coach
Comments | November 21 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Will Asks: What would you recommend or tell someone that’s want to be a weightlifting coach?...
Is Injury In Olympic Weightlifting Inevitable?
Comments | November 14 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Ash Asks: Hi Greg, is injury inevitable for anyone engaging in olympic weightlifting? Does 'perfect' form mean an athlete will not get injured? Also to what extent are coaches responsible for ...
Competition Week Training - Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | November 7 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Michael Asks: How many days should be taken off before a competition? Or should you just do light work all the way to competition?...
Prilepin’s Table For Olympic Weightlifting? Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | October 31 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Scott Asks: Managing volume through a yearly plan in Olympic Weightlifting. Are there certain amounts of volume you want to accomplish in certain phases of the year? Do you stick with Prilepin's c...
Squat Speed For Olympic Weightlifting - Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | October 23 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Freddy Asks: How fast should squats for weightlifting be?...
Deadlifts For Olympic Weightlifting? Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | October 17 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Eliot Asks: Are deadlifts even useful in the Olympic lifts? Should I just focus on heavy pulls? My gym mixes elements of body building within their programs such as any CrossFit gym but I'd rather...
Snatch Receiving Height? Q&A With Greg Everett
(1) Comments | October 10 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Benjamin Asks: When I snatch lighter weights, I am catching it high and riding it into the bottom of the squat. When it’s heavier, that obviously doesn’t happen. Should I be varying how mu...
Lat Sweep In The Snatch? Q&A With Greg Everett
Comments | October 3 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Ryan Asks: How are the lats properly engaged in the lifts (especially snatch)? I often hear to sweep the bar back into you, but I have also heard that is incorrect. In the past I have had some coaches...
Split Jerk For CrossFitters?
Comments | September 26 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

David Asks: I would love to know if I should focus on getting the lifters I have in my small weightlifting club (all of which are crossfitters) to focus specifically on the split jerk as opposed to th...
Are Masters Weightlifting Programs Gimmicks?
Comments | September 19 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Stacy Asks: Do you think there is a valuable or significant difference between regular lifting programs and ones targeted for masters? I’ve been following the catalyst athletic programs for year...
Joint Angles For The Olympic Lifts?
Comments | September 13 2019 | Q & A with Greg Everett

Marko Asks: I have a question that bothers me for a couple of weeks now:  Some coaches like to prescribe numbers for the angle in the first pull.  Like 40 degree back angle from the floor un...
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