Olympic weightlifting is about all about technique, acceleration, strength, technique, confidence, positional strength, mobility, and technique. While it may sound redundant to say technique is critical to weightlifting, it cannot be stressed enough.
As a weightlifter, a lagging front squat is about as nagging as something can get. Recently, I was able to power clean nearly 88% of my clean, for a triple, on an OK
Wondering why you don’t see more strength sports in Hollywood movies? We’ve scoured the web and spent many, many hours watching barbells clang and strongmen scream so you can know exactly what you
Olympic weightlifting requires an incredible amount of technique, strength, flexibility, agility, balance, focus, and determination. There’s a lot to work on — and that means that getting better usually means learning from a lot of mistakes. We
Catalyst Athletics founder Greg Everett puts out a bunch of great content on the sport of weightlifting, and he’s been doing so for years. Recently, Everett tackled one of the most overlooked aspects of
Understanding the relationship between a lifter’s clean and how it correlates to their best front squat can help coaches and athletes better determine whether athletes have limitation in strength or more with the
Look, most CrossFitters won’t make it to Regionals (unless you’re from Iceland), most weightlifters won’t make it to Nationals, most strongmen and women won’t make it to the Arnold (unless you’re from Iceland), and
In an announcement on both their website and social media outlets, Catalyst Athletics has announced they’ll be closing their Sunnyvale, California gym effective April 30th. PART 1: Catalyst Athletics is undergoing a dramatic change.