Injury when weightlifting, like all other sports, is to be avoided. The instance of injury will be minimal if you take all possible steps that eliminate the chances for them to occur first place.
Since we spend roughly a third of our lives asleep, I think it is important that we understand this process more, especially with regard to recovery from physical exercise.
The sport of weightlifting is growing faster than the supporting structure, but it's a good problem to have.
While not prevalent in the USA, weightlifters have a surprising history of political activity abroad.
How can we compare the greatest sprinter and greatest swimmer in Olympic history?
If you've caught the weightlifting bug, here's all you need to know to get started.
Thoughts on my experience officiating at both the American and Canadian Weightlifting Olympic Trials.
Bewildered and discouraged at your start in weightlifting? Here are some ways to improve like a pro, even if you're brand new.
Your preparation going into your next meet is as essential to your success as strength.
Think twice before calling someone a "dumb jock."
Use these six exercises to build a bulletproof upper back.
Excellence in weightlifting is not permanent. Neither is mediocrity.
Make the transition from kettlebell exerciser to kettlebell athlete.
Deconstruct your lift during the warm up to develop precision and speed.
Timing and technique can make all the difference between nailing it and bailing out.
So you want to compete in strongman, but now what? Take these steps to build confidence for competition day.
A newbie might expect to see blinding speed and perfect technique at Worlds. But that is not always the case.