Which Matters More: Coaching or Your Program?

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From our IG poll last week: “Which makes the bigger impact?” A) In-person coaching (from competent coach) B) Training program only (zero coaching feedback) An organized strength program can help someone increase general strength over time just by a result of actually training. But, when it comes to the Snatch […]

40% off Remote Coaching | Cyber Monday Special

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THIS WEEK ONLY, get started at $30.00 for your first month of our Remote Coaching Programs! We are offering 8 spots for a Cyber Monday special! Our Remote Coaching and Training Programs have helped athletes as far as South Korea improve their lifting! Choose from programs designed for: ✅Beginning Weightlifters […]

Everyone is a Weightlifting Coach

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For anyone who has been involved in the Weightlifting community for longer than two or three years has been able to witness the growing numbers of competitors and coaches over time. With great supply comes great demand and the rising number of competitors is also increasing the need for competent weightlifting coaches and […]

Training Deficit Disorder

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Working out. Exercising. Training. To the average person, these words carry little, if any, significance. To an athlete or coach, these words are as different as black and white. One could argue that they’re just words, but these words mean much more than meets the eye. So, what’s the difference? Let’s start with some […]