Greg Everett

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Get Control & Focus for Technique in Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | March 22 2020 | Comments (1)

You’re probably bad at more than one thing when it comes to your weightlifting technique. That’s not a value judgment, it’s just a fact I’m pretty confident... Continue reading
Staying Over the Bar in the Snatch & Clean: What, Why, How
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | February 5 2020 | Comments (1)

You hear the cue to stay over the bar in the snatch and clean, but you’re not sure what that means, and you may even be confounded by the fact that it seems every elite lifte... Continue reading
Tapering for Olympic Weightlifting Competition
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | January 15 2020 | Comments

All the fancy, productive training in the world doesn’t mean much if you can’t put it all together in competition and demonstrate the ability you’ve developed whe... Continue reading
Routine: It’s Not Just For Being Bored!
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | January 2 2020 | Comments

The idea of routine is generally not one people get excited about… spontaneity tends to be a bit more thrilling. Spontaneity is great for your romantic relationships, but I don’t care about those—I care about you getting better at weightlift... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Dealing with Chaotic Warm-up Rooms in Competition
Greg Everett | Ask Greg Everett | December 19 2019 | Comments

Patricia Asks: I recently competed in a meet where everything was super hectic. The warm-up room only had 4 platforms (there were 26 lifters in my session), there were children run... Continue reading
Weightlifting Program Design: The Week Structure
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | December 5 2019 | Comments (2)

Let’s figure out how to put together an Olympic weightlifting microcycle—or as normal people call it, a week. Technically a microcycle doesn’t have to be seven da... Continue reading
The Right Way, The Wrong Way, and That Way
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | November 26 2019 | Comments (1)

Everyone wants right and wrong, simple dichotomies, yes or no answers… but that’s not really how weightlifting works. I’m bombarded with what-about-isms on most of the instructional content I post. As I say ad nauseam, there are exceptions t... Continue reading
Prilepin’s Table for Olympic Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | October 23 2019 | Comments (2)

This little table makes the rounds on the internet regularly and is a staple of some coaches’ programming… just not any weightlifting coaches I know of. The idea that it’s useful for writing programming is incomplete at best. It’s not ... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Rocking to Heels in Pull & Staying Flat-Footed
Greg Everett | Ask Greg Everett | September 17 2019 | Comments

Ashley Asks: I have been weightlifting for 5 years and cannot seem to break the habit of rocking back on my heels between the first and second pull, especially on the clean. I see ... Continue reading
Fixing Patellar Tendinitis for Weightlifters
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 7 2019 | Comments

Let me preface this by reminding you that I’m not a medical professional—I’m just a guy with well-used knees who’s coached a lot of athletes with well-used knees. If you have a serious injury or severe tendinopathy, go see a professiona... Continue reading
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