competition

For Tatiana Kashirina and Ilya Ilyin, age, ethnicity, and nationality have no bearing on what they can accomplish.
You could be the strongest person at the event, but if you can’t psych up and down, you might lose.
Let’s take a look at the steps we can take to avoid pain and injury in our BJJ careers.
This week I reflected on my strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats after my last powerlifting meet.
Training is a safe place. But it is only in the deep waters of competition that we can truly learn about ourselves.
My last meet of the year was full of ups and downs, but overall I'm happy with how things went.
I competed at my first tournament as a purple belt on Saturday, and I took second place in the division.
This was my last week of training, and the focus was on hitting my commands and picking out my attempts.
This week I took it easy and focused on getting ready for my next tournament this weekend.
While it comes down to individual needs and goals, there are good reasons to switch gyms, and bad reasons.
Only those who have undergone the competitive experience can efficiently master the role of a coach.
While athlete growth has been significant, the growth in weightlifting infrastructure has not.
At the start, it seems like the trajectory can only ever be up. Then we hit a wall. It’s called burnout.
Everything thinks cutting weight for competition is a great idea. In reality, very few athletes should even try it.
Along came the CrossFit Games. As the sport grew, so did a noticeable caste system within many boxes.
Performance is everywhere. Interviewing for a job. Competing in a fitness competition. In order to succeed, you must be prepared.
Oh the heartache when a single-rep makes the difference in winning and losing. In truth, the story is much larger.
The Boeing Company is located in Seattle and employs thousands. But what does this have to do with weightlifting?