Weightlifting Rules & Weightlifting Equipment

Here are the rules for weightlifting. Weightlifting, is an athletic discipline in which the athlete attempts a maximum-weight single lift of a barbell loaded with weight plates.
Posted on Sep 10 2016

Injuries can be prevented by following few precautionary measures. Injuries are the bodybuilder's worst enemy. Once you get injured, not only will that cause you pain and discomfort, but it could potentially take you out of the gym for a few days, or at the very least, impair your ability to perform certain exercises. On top of that, once injuries happen, it is very easy to get re-injured again on the same area. Because of that, it is of crucial importance that bodybuilders avoid injuries at all cost.
Posted on Sep 10 2016

The origins of modern weightlifting competition are to be found in the 18th- and 19th-century strong men, such as Eugene Sandow and Arthur Saxon of Germany. As a means to measure strength and power, weightlifting was practised both by ancient Egyptian and Greek societies. It developed as an international sport primarily in the 19th century and is one of the few sports to have featured at the 1896 Athens Games.
Posted on Sep 10 2016

Snatch Technique Tips

Added on Jul 11 2016

Weightlifting Tips - Increasing Speed Under the Bar

Added on Jul 11 2016

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