Posts tagged "olympic lifts"
Spine expert Stuart McGill focuses on how he creates the strongest default patterns – good patterns that can be strengthened with load.
No lifter is perfect, but consistency is important to Glenn Pendlay: if you're consistent with your mistakes, you can learn . . . and if you're consistent with your good technique, you'...
Athletes live in transitions. Dan John differentiates between when those transitions should be reactive and when they should be etched—as in Olympic lifting.
What do your athletes really need? Robert Dos Remedios wants to make sure that your program design has the right focus—building better athletes.
What were the game-changing events in Dan John’s life? One thing’s for sure: Dan’s game changers are all about performance!
Glenn Pendlay has coached his lifters to over 100 national championships . . . they’re not all young. His plans for older lifters highlight the physical and mental differences in thei...
Can you make every lift feel the same? Glenn Pendlay talks you through the essential positions of the Olympic Lifts that you need to hit every time.
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.