Articles from Issue 155
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Ask Greg: Issue 155

Dave Asks: How much does technique contribute to lifting the bigger weights?   Greg Says: Technique is what allows the optimal use of the lift... Continue reading
The Development of Women’s Weightlifting

Because I’ve been involved in Olympic weightlifting for a very long time, people often ask me, “What are some of the biggest changes you&r... Continue reading
Drip, Drip, Drop: A Weightlifter and her Pelvic Physical Therapist’s Plea to Stop the Pee

I walk onto the platform at Nationals, controlling my breathing, visualizing, feeling the successful lift, confident before I even begin my pull. I gr... Continue reading
True or False: Exercise Improves Brain Function

Cognitive enhancement has become a popular theme in the self-improvement world. There are lots of claims for various supplements, brain training progr... Continue reading
A Case for More Unilateral Training

Exercise selection is one of the most important variables in regard to creating adequate training stimulus and adaptations necessary to get stronger, ... Continue reading
Stop Trying to Confuse Your Muscles!

We are all too familiar with the term “muscle confusion.” The concept of “confusing” our bodies by constantly switching exerci... Continue reading
Interview: Susan Murphy

I’ve been saying it for years. Gymnastics is the best place to recruit female Olympic weightlifters.   Susan Murphy is a former competiti... Continue reading
Weightlifting News: Issue 155

Upcoming National Meets December 7-10 AO Championships (Anaheim, CA)   Upcoming International Meets November 28-December 6 IWF World Cham... Continue reading
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