•  Fix common problems like jumping forward and bumping the bar.
  •  Guide to teaching the clean.
  •  Guide to proper positioning.
  •  23 fully illustrated pages.
  •  23 fully illustrated pages.
  •  Guide to teaching the clean.
  •  Guide to proper positioning.
  • Fix common problems like jumping forward and bumping the bar.

Old, Jacked, and Strong

Old, Jacked, and Strong Over the last 6 weeks or so I’ve started getting into my training personally again, and took a slightly different approach, but this program has yielded incredible results. My lifts are up, waaay up, and I’m hitting PR’s without a belt which is a huge win for me. (My wife also…

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Help I Can’t Snatch or Jerk!

Help I Can’t Snatch or Jerk Back with another Free Program and this is all for the people who can’t reliably put a bar over their heads to save their lives. Don’t worry, it’s common enough that I’ve used a version of this program with dozens of athletes. Most individuals that come from another sport…

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My Best Squat Program

My Best Squat Program I’ve received this question dozens if not 100’s of times since Instagram recently debuted their “questions” feature.  “What is the best way to get my squat up?” I’m of the mind that power is the number one physical characteristic that an athlete and a weightlifter must chase, but strength isn’t too…

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5 Things for Great Weightlifting Technique

5 Things for Great Weightlifting Technique with Mike McKenna   If you coach the Olympic lifts you should listen to this episode. Mike and I go over the 5 (maybe 6) most important things for weightlifting technique. We  tried to distill technique down to the simplest items possible including: Why balance is the most important…

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