Posts tagged "weightlifting"

Glenn Pendlay: Consistency in Olympic Lifting

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 ...

Erwan Le Corre & Gray Cook: Log Squats vs Weight Room Squats

Gray Cook and Erwan Le Corre discuss and explore log squats as alternatives to bar squats to reinforce better posture, breathing and movement quality.

Dan John: Balance = Work/Rest/Play/Pray

Dan John goes back to second grade to expand on the compass that has helped guide him to find balance in his life. It’s simple and can work for you and your clients: Work, Rest, Pray,...

Dan John: Old Drills Reborn—Training Programs for “Everybody Else”

Thirty seconds on? I can do that. Thirty seconds off? Definitely. For thirty minutes? Say what? Dan John has some ideas that may convince you to add classic circuit training to your pro...

Dan John: Six Decades of Competition

Dan John recounts his 60 years of competition and shares his mistakes, his successes and his inspirations along the way.

Dan John: My Game Changers

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: Programming for Older Lifters

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...

Glenn Pendlay: Olympic Lifts from the Top Down

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.

Brett Jones: Push Press for Power

What is power? Do you have the foundation for the power that you want to accomplish your goals? Brett Jones uses the push press as an example of using patterns to build strength . . . t...

Stuart McGill: Testing Athletes with Jumps

The Olympic lifts require a state of relaxation and Stuart McGill has an interesting way to screen for its presence: box jumps.

Glenn Pendlay: Strength Training is a Process, Not an Event

Spreadsheets are great for developing percentage-based strength training programs, but Glenn Pendlay wonders if they change how we view the training experience.

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