Olympic weightlifting is a hugely popular component in many strength and conditioning programmes. In a study regarding coaching trends in rowing, cleans topped the list in order of importance. However,
With the world of weightlifting and resistance training exploding over the past few years, it is not surprising there has been an increase in lifting "accessories" on the market. Most
I have talked a couple of times in past blogs about the Force Velocity Curve. Understanding the curve can give you a head start when planning your workouts and programs.
So you're short on time when it comes to getting in the gym? Lets be honest, unless you are an elite athlete, it's unlikely you have 2-3 hours to spend
You've all experienced days in training where you simply feel rough. You may try to crack on and get the session done as prescribed. In order to do this you
People love moving a heavy barbell, there's nothing better than a bit of clang and bang! Well you may be different but I feel a large amount of gym goers
Deload weeks can be a touchy subject for some clients and athletes. As a coach, I may want an athlete to pull back a little, in order to prevent the
As you may well know, the barbell is a fantastic tool for developing strength. The ability to load greater resistance means we must produce large amounts of force. Compound lifts