Posts tagged "olympic lifts"
The Olympic lifts require a state of relaxation and Stuart McGill has an interesting way to screen for its presence: box jumps.
Progress doesn’t happen without a plan, and for Glenn Pendlay, a plan doesn’t happen without an old-school training log. It can work for you too.
You may have heard of the Texas Method, but do you know the story behind it? Glenn Pendlay tells you about his program, where it originated and how cheating played a part in its creatio...
Sometimes, it’s the simple things that matter in Olympic Lifting. Glenn Pendlay takes you through proper hand placement for the snatch for safety, efficiency and power.
Well, do you? Glenn Pendlay thinks it’s helpful for beginners to stomp or jump because it can break a bad habit.
Wil Fleming discusses his philosophy of lifting and identifies, simplifies and corrects a few of the most common errors in Olympic weightlifting technique.
Muscle is the Fountain of Youth, but how do you ensure yourself the training longevity to build it and keep it as you age? Dan John breaks down age-appropriate training, covering everyt...
Glenn Pendlay uses the snatch to demonstrate weightlifting mistakes, especially in timing, that beginning lifters often make.
Structuring the training week has always been an obstacle that lifters face. Glenn Pendlay provides a great overview of his athletes' weekly training schedule as well as insights into t...
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