Juggernaut Training Systems held their second USA Powerlifting event this past Sunday on January 22nd. This event was called the Juggernaut Winter Open and offered the chance for youth to masters level athletes to compete.
In the last two months we’ve written multiple articles about new lifting shoes being released. Whether it was Nike, Adidas, Reebok, or even NOBULL, there was always something new coming our way. It’s both
It’s pretty natural for many lifters to question their overhead strength, stability, and confidence when fixing themselves under a near-maximal (or maximal) loaded barbell in the snatch. Many lifters may find themselves not
In weightlifting the cue “quick elbows” is typically easily understood, but can be difficult to perform. Unlike a static cue such as, “turn your toes out,” that involves a quick change in body
Russian weightlifter Sergey Koptev isn’t a huge name in the weightlifting world, and he’s not attacking world or national record weights during training or competition (yet). And while it remains to be seen
Most of us have experienced a situation where you walk into the gym feeling like you’re going to crush a new PR, only to fall short. Or the flipside: you feel like you’re