• LBH Links

  • Blogs & Personal Sites

  • Resources

    • IWF on YouTube
      Videos from the International Weightlifting Federation, the world controlling body for weightlifting.
    • Lift 'Til Ya Die
      Butch Curry might just be the world’s most fanatical weightlifting enthusiasts. On his site, he collects everything the Internet has to offer about Olympic weightlifting.
    • Masters Weightlifting
      Think you’re too old to lift? Think again! There is a very active Masters Weightlifting program for lifters 35 and older.
    • Nick Dorrell's Weightlifting Shoe Reviews
    • Sandow Plus
      Do you want to learn about the golden age of weight training, when there were iron men and wooden ships (not today’s wooden men and iron ships)? Then check out this website and learn about early iron men and Eugen Sandow, the father of weightlifting.
    • T-Nation
      A site for all things strength related, with a bodybuilding emphasis.
    • Titanos.net
      Olympic Weightlifting portal and database of weightlifters, clubs, federations, statistics, tables, profiles from all over the world.
    • USA Weightlifting
      The governing body of the sport of Olympic style weightlifting in the United States.
    • USAWeightlifting on YouTube
      Videos from USAWeightlifting, the national governing body overseeing the sport of Olympic weightlifting in the United States.
    • Weightlifting Online Magazine
      Weightlifting Online Magazine, a new Olympic lifting website that allows visitors to add content, interact with other lifters, and read about various weightlifting topics. Check it out!
  • Clubs, Teams and Regional Organizations

    • Average Broz's Gymnasium
      The website for the gym of top weightlifting coach John Broz.
    • East Coast Gold, Northeastern U.S.
      East Coast Gold is an affiliation of athletes and coaches from all over the Northeast and beyond who train and compete on regional, national and international levels.
    • Kilwinning Weightlifting Club, Kilwinning, UK
      The Kilwinning Weightlifting Team lifted at the 2006 Senior Metropolitan Weightlifting Championships at LBH. This Scottish team has some wonderful and promising young lifters.
    • Mike's Gym, Bonsall, CA
      Mike Burgener has dedicated his life to advancing weightlifting in America. His son Casey is the 2007 Senior National 105+ champion and his gym is a USAW Regional Training Center. Check out his website.
    • Nevada Barbell Club, Reno, NV
      Weightlifting is alive and well in Reno Nevada.
    • New England Weightlifting Association
      NEWA is the New England Local Weightlifting Committee of USA Weightlifting. Their LWC covers the states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
    • Oceania Weightlifting Federation
      Planning a trip to the South Pacific or if you simply need a place to lift after a mutiny, then check out this website. These guys take their weightlifting very seriously and have some top notch lifters to prove it.
    • Queensland Weightlifting Association, Australia
      Covers the weightlifting scene in Queensland Australia. And if you are traveling and want to find a place to Olympic lift, they have a listing of gyms throughout the world.
    • Spoon Barbell Club, Richardson, TX
      The Spoon Barbell Club is dedicated to excellence in the sport of weightlifting and the building of character and sportsmanship in the individual.
    • Team Florida Gulf Coast
      Sunshine, oranges and Olympic lifting. Team Florida has some very strong young lifters, but they ought to tap into that huge pool of retirees for potential master lifters — Don’t you think?
    • Team Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
      Team Sacramento website. All about weightlifting in the Sacramento, California Area.
  • Member Activities / Business Directory

    • Chris "Wonder" Schoeck
      Subject of the award-winning documentary film BENDING STEEL, LBH lifter Chris “Wonder” Schoeck is at the forefront of the revival of the Old Time Coney Island Strongman tradition.