Articles by Ryan Kyle
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Talking Points with Alexander Krychev

Alexander Krychev is a former weightlifter for Bulgaria. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he competed in the 110kg weight class under fabled weightl... Continue reading
Back to Basics: A Case for Bulgarian Training

It should come as no surprise to anyone who has read my previous articles in Performance Menu that I believe highly in Bulgarian training principles w... Continue reading
The Secret’s Between Your Ears

There must be a glitch in the matrix, as I am experiencing déjà vu after watching our U.S. men's team at the recent World Weightlifting ... Continue reading
Who’s Who in World Weightlifting?

This month, we will turn away from the technical side of weightlifting and instead delve into the personal interest side. This is a great time to be a... Continue reading
Programming Approach for Sandusky Weightlifting, Revisited

Two years ago, I was asked by Greg Everett to write a series of articles for Performance Menu outlining the training programs I was using to develop t... Continue reading
Ways to Improve U.S. Weightlifting

I wanted to share my thoughts on simple methods to improve U.S. Weightlifting. This is my personal opinion, and I do not make any claims in the follow... Continue reading
Talking Points with Norik Vardanian

Norik Vardanian is a member of the Armenian National Weightlifting Team in the 94kg class. He formerly lived and trained in the United States and has ... Continue reading
There is No Spoon: The Illusion of Weightlifting Technique

"There is no spoon" is a line from the original Matrix movie. As Neo is waiting to see the Oracle, he watches a child bend a spoon using onl... Continue reading
The Soviet System Vs. The Bulgarian System of Weightlifting

The Soviet system versus the Bulgarian system has been the question in the minds of weightlifting coaches, athletes, and administrators in this countr... Continue reading
Junior Weightlifting Program

The following training program is designed for the full-time weightlifter and someone who has the potential to make a Junior World Championship team. ... Continue reading
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