Historically, Olympic weightlifting is the ancestor of modern strength training and fitness. Over the years, a lot of stereotypes have developed about weightlifting, which undeservedly hampered its popularization. What you need to start Olympic weightlifting - read in this article.
Leucine, isoleucine and valine are called BCAAs – branched-chain amino acids. They are essential amino acids contained in muscle tissue in large quantities. Proceed to this article to reveal whether they really produce a miraculous effect or not.
A proper, technically flawless, and explosive snatch is a laborious work of art, especially if the athlete works with two or more BIG plates on the barbell. Mobility, flexibility, strength, and speed are the factors that make this lightning-fast movement so unique. Athletes who had previously trained mainly on a high bar, are only used to doing squats and have never heard of an OHS usually find an explosive pull a difficult move to master. But in this article, we’ll determine whether it is still possible!
Vegetarianism has been getting increasingly popular for the previous few years. In this article I’m intended to explain the types of vegetarian diets and their suitability for weightlifters.
Front rack mobility is one of the most common issues in amateur and professional weightlifting and functional fitness as well. This problem solving is very important for safety and clean effectiveness. Read in this article my tips on how to develop front rack mobility.
Almost every weightlifter dreams about reducing his fat and keeping his muscles intact or even gaining more of them. But can you practically lose your fat without losing an ounce of your muscles? Yes, it is possible! And I will reveal this secret to you in this article.
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