olympic weightlifting

According to my followers, the clean is simple; doing a snatch is okay, but they hate the jerk, as did I, but you can reach excellent outcomes with preparation and training.
So this entire essay, as I’ll call it, because I’m incredibly high brow, will be a discussion of what you need to set your framework and why you need it.
Two different types of athletes but how different?
More than anything else, music has helped me learn a visceral connection to movement and lifting weights.
This article will discuss kinesiological EMG only as its function relates to training regimes, voluntary neuromuscular activation, and functional movements.
When you learn the push press, you learn how you can and should move in one coordinated athletic effort to move something heavy.
Here is why resistance training increases athletic performance while reducing relative risk for an injury.
Not everyone is rushing to get back to the gym.
The trick is to find that sweet spot, especially for the more finely tuned elite sportspersons.
Master athletes who are hesitant about descending into the full snatch position are inhibited by a lack of confidence in their escapability skills.
This video from Bob Takano is especially valuable for those lifters who are having difficulty “feeling” the position of the bar overhead and the effects of proper footwork. 
The Good Morning is an exceptional exercise for stretching the hamstrings and in some cases the ankles. It also helps for developing the hamstrings for athletic movements.
The right coaching cues can get a room full of novices on the same page. Try these non-traditional cues to get past common lifting errors.
Everyone needs training partners, at times, to be honest with them, to pull them, push them, drag them, or pick them up.
When designing resistance training programs, we can't ignore physics. Here are 3 laws of training that will simplify your programming and help you become more successful (i.e. stronger).
We're going to look at how to make the best of a simple but effective training aid - the weightlifting belt. Here's how to use it. Are you using yours properly?
One man has helped shape the way people train in gyms this last decade. He has had few peers when it comes to influence and his presence is felt worldwide.