olympic weightlifting

It is not unusual to find a divide when it comes to what style of training is best. A classic battle exists between High Intensity Training and Olympic weightlifting. Why not have both?
It's the last lifting section of the week so it's a quick in and out of the gym after a the volume you've just done.
The first time we're seeing the dead stop back squat in today's workout.
It's rare that you see a pull up in a weightlifting set but it's here today.
Stick with the rep scheme so you have enough in the tank for the whole workout.
Good high volume day to get you going at the beginning of your training week.
When it comes to the last training day of the week, you get to see how well you lift. Just pure lifting.
High pulls and extensions get extra play today.
You know it's a big day when you finish with some long back squat sets.
It's a power day with some nice behind the neck presses to finish it off.
First day of the week and you're keeping it simple.
Working off the blocks today to improve timing and speed under the bar.
It's a leg burner day just in case you were wondering.
Surprise, surprise, throw in some ab work today.
You've had a nice break. Now it is time to get back into a new cycle of lifting and, hopefully, some personal gains.
Romanian deadlifts add to some fancy leg work to finish off the week.
It's a rare occasion when the OHS makes its way into the programming.