Articles from Issue 150
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Ask Greg: Issue 150

Alex Asks: What would you say about the state of weightlifting when iconic gyms like yours and Coach Pendlay's are finding it difficult to th... Continue reading
Odd Movements, Physical Therapy, and Weightlifting Hypochondria

The last 30 years have brought about a lot of changes in Olympic weightlifting. That’s not a surprising statement, obviously. Almost anything wi... Continue reading
When You’re Not Behind the Curtain: A Spectator’s Perspective of Coaching at a National Event

A few weekends ago, my wife and I took a trip to Chicago. We left my older son with my mom and headed south from our hotel to go watch a couple of the... Continue reading
How to Make Your Gym Accessible to Everyone (Rather than Just Your Rock Star Athletes)

Unless you’re running a small, elite club for a few select athletes you hope to hone into Olympians or world champions, you could probably use s... Continue reading
True or False: Running Is Bad For Your Knees

“I love running, but I know it’s bad for my knees. I keep thinking I should give it up.” It’s something I hear often from m... Continue reading
Interview: Mary Peck

Folks, I’ve been saying it for years and years. If you want to recruit great female talent into Olympic weightlifting, look for ex-gymnasts. (Ac... Continue reading
Weightlifting News: Issue 150

Upcoming National Meets July 28-31 AO Series 2 (Miami, FL) September 8-10 AO Series 3 (Grand Rapids, MI) December 7-10 AO Championships (Anaheim,... Continue reading
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