Greg Everett

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Moving the Feet in the Snatch & Clean
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | November 20 2020 | Comments

I get a couple frequent questions about the feet in the snatch and clean: Do you have to move your feet from the pulling stance into a different receiving stance? Does that receiving stance have to be wider than your pulling stance?   The short answer i... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Long Limbs & The Pull
Greg Everett | Ask Greg Everett | October 29 2020 | Comments (2)

Charlie Asks: Thanks for putting all of your knowledge out there and making it accessible. My question pertains to body type. Specifically long limbed people with short torsos who struggle getting their knees out of the way in the first and second pulls. ... Continue reading
Snatch & Clean Bar Contact: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | October 5 2020 | Comments

How and when the bar contacts the body in the snatch and clean—and even whether or not it should—is an ongoing source of confusion for new lifters, so we’re going... Continue reading
Dip Snatch/Clean & Snatch/Clean from Power Position: Why
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 25 2020 | Comments (4)

The dip snatch/clean and snatch/clean from power position are exercises I use a lot with my lifters, and there’s a lot of confusion out there on the terminology, execution an... Continue reading
Routine, Not Superstition: Don’t Turn an Advantage into a Liability
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | August 18 2020 | Comments (1)

An important contributor to technical ability, focus and confidence in weightlifting is the establishment and maintenance of routines. Consistent sequences and habits mean les... Continue reading
The Functionality of Isolation Exercises
Greg Everett | General Training | May 27 2020 | Comments (6)

The refrain for several years now has been that isolation exercises aren’t “functional.” The push for functional training has had a lot of positive influence on the way the general public exercises, but it’s also produced some absolutel... Continue reading
Training Through Injuries in Olympic Weightlifting... Or Anything
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | May 12 2020 | Comments

Injuries and pain in any sport are inevitable, from minor chronic aches and tendinitis to severe acute injuries requiring surgical repair. Equally inevitable is the enormous spectr... Continue reading
Why Is My (Lift) Worse Than Others?
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | April 13 2020 | Comments

I get this basic question in one form or another constantly. Why is my jerk worse than my clean? Why is my snatch so low compared to my clean & jerk? Why can’t I clean more relative to my front squat? Why is my front squat so low relative to my back ... Continue reading
Get Control & Focus for Technique in Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | March 22 2020 | Comments (2)

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 (5)

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
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