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Olympic Weightlifting for Sports. The Olympic lifts, the snatch, clean and jerk, as well as variations such as the power snatch, power clean, power jerk, hang snatch, hang clean and more are often used by athletes to develop strength and explosiveness to improve performance in their sports.
The Olympic weightlifting programme has evolved greatly over time. Today, weightlifters compete in snatch and clean and jerk, and are placed according to their total combined result. From the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, men have competed in eight weight categories and women in seven.
"The Olympic Weightlifting Seminar delivered by Greg and his coaches was simply the most direct, effective, and worthwhile class I have ever taken." —Jeff L. "That was easily the most beneficial training I have ever taken. Not only did it help me with my own lifting but I took away so much to help my athletes as well!" —Jeff H.
Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced Olympic Weightlifting This class will help develop the skills and strength to perform the snatch, the clean, and jerk. Appropriate for beginners looking for first-time instruction, as well intermediate lifters looking to improve their foundations with hands-on coaching and progressions of the Olympic Lifts.
Lakeside Community Weightlifting. We believe in delivering quality, fun, and affordable coaching in Olympic weightlifting, and powerlifting for the community. We support both children and adults looking to learn, and develop their ability, strength, and confidence in these exciting, and rapidly growing sports.
The New York Weightlifting Academy is the only gym in the New York metro-area exclusively dedicated to Olympic Weightlifting. The NYWA aims to further the instruction and education of Olympic Weightlifting under the guidance of Senior International Coach, Marc Chasnov.
Masters Weightlifting is the Olympic sport of weightlifting for persons 35 years old or older. Weightlifting is the ultimate sport of strength and power and should not be confused with powerlifting, bodybuilding, or general weight training. Weightlifting consists of …
Aug 18, 2011 · Kirk from lifthard.com who trained under Chinese Weightlifting Coach Wu answers questions about the Chinese Olympic weightlifting training methods. Update: See below. The basic outline Yes, we do max as much as possible, and training is generally, “train so hard you can’t walk” and yes, there’s no such thing as short cuts. Yes, the premise of overtraining …