weightlifting

The first gold medal winner for the Philippines gets a new house and $660,000 as well as the gratitude of a nation that has been waiting for this moment since 1924.
On the practice platform, the world's greatest weightlifter is snatching 220 kg, and clean and jerking 255 kg with ease.
Some people tried to stop her but the Tokyo Olympics will welcome New Zealand's transgender weightlifting competitor.
How to reframe your identity to fit who you are and who you want to be.
Competitors are wary of bans and the impact of reanalysis of samples years after events that can mean the loss of medals and status.
The seated dumbbell clean and press for stability, strength, and a strong back.
Inspired by conversation with John Du Cane of Dragon Door and Qigong, kettlebells, and fitness.
Many chronically overtrained BJJ athletes come my way with burnout, and to top it all off, they are frustrated because they can’t lose weight even with all the training.
The fourth part in our exercise recovery series will help you elicit that last bit of recovery capacity with active and passive strategies.
How to differentiate between building muscle for looks and building muscle for function.
Here is why resistance training increases athletic performance while reducing relative risk for an injury.
Motivational goals have a goldilocks quality, whereby the targets that we aim for cannot be too easy, too hard, or take too long to achieve. The coach needs to get it just right.
The only 12-week, three-phase, three-methods, fat loss plan, you'll ever need to lose quarantine weight gain.
Remind yourself that the lockdown is an opportunity to take time to rest, heal some nagging injuries, and pause and reflect on your training goals.
Once you know you’re not starting from scratch and haven’t lost too much ground you can resist the urge to go in all guns blazing.
For many years, the CrossFit community has overlooked the worst excesses of the organization. Why is it any different now?
Being good at a sport doesn't mean you should be to overly specific with your training.