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- 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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Footage of the clean and press being contested at the Empire State Invitational. Date unknown. Uploaded by YouTube user cnclifter. Thanks for this treasure of a clip!
Step-by-step photos and video of assistant coach and masters lifter Len Bacino snatching 105 kg.
Long-time LBH lifter Tom Hughes keeps his winning streak alive by placing first in his class (60-64 age group/105kg) at this year’s Pan American Masters. Here’s video of his winning clean and jerk at 94 kg: Age group: 60-64 …
Long-time LBH lifter Tom Hughes placed first in his class (60-64 age group/94kg) at this year’s Nationals Masters. Good job, Tom! Here’s video of his winning clean and jerk at 93 kg: Age group: 60-64 Class: 94kg …
Nice mini-history of weightlifting that LBH lifter Dan Boland found on YouTube.
“The 2010 Metropolitan Championships held in Rego Park, NY was my second weightlifting meet. Coming in to the meet, I was looking to improve on my 284 kg total from a month earlier that gave me the minimum qualifying total for the American Open[…]”
Let us know if you have video from the American Masters that you’d like us to post. We’ll collect the clips on this page.
YouTube user binokoron has a great channel full of Olympic weightlifting videos. Among them is a 6-part series of the complete women’s 48 kg competition from the 2010 Worlds. Note that the clips are not in English. The first clip …
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)