- T-Nation iterview with top coach John Broz, in which he explains that there is no such thing as overtraining. Continue reading →
- Congrats to our own Javier Garza, who placed 6th in the 105kg weight class after totaling 302kg at the 2011 National Weightlifting Championships in Council Bluffs, IA! Javier weighed in at 100.92 kg. Best snatch: 140kg Best c&j: 162kg Congrats, … Continue reading →
- The Wall Street Journal's feature on legendary Bulgarian coach Ivan Abadjiev and his quest to bring his method of training to American athletes. Continue reading →
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Dresdin Archibald’s in-depth summary of the amazing career of Polish weightlifting great Waldermar Baszanowski, who remains active in the sport and revered as a legend to this day.
With the recent death of Doug Hepburn (CAN) in Vancouver there is renewed interest in this man and his role in the development of our sport. Any discussion of Doug Hepburn automatically brings up the name of Paul Anderson (USA) …
Guest author Dresdin Archibald’s thoughtful and knowledgeable look at overlooked legend John Henry Davis, the American weightlifter who was undefeated for a 15-year period and ruled the sport in his day.
This is the story of two young Olympic weightlifting enthusiasts. Both were born during the Cold War; both were named David. They came from opposite sides of the political platform. One grew up as a farm boy in the former Soviet Union; one grew up as the only son of wealthy parents in NYC USA. (By guest author Salvador A. Avendanio)
The following was contributed by former LBH lifter Bill Stone. We encourage others to contribute content such as stories, opinions, pictures, corrections, or comments. I first met Morris Weissbrot at a weightlifting meet in 1953. I was a student at …
Weightlifters and strength athletes are a diverse bunch. Their vocations span the gamut from laborer to lawyer, civil servant to engineer. And the members of Lost Battalion Hall Weightlifting are no exception. Our team depicts a cross section of New …