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MILO Journal: Weight Training and Fitness - Hone your Olympic-style weightlifting technique

MILO Articles by Topic: Olympic-style weightlifting

 

Finishing the pull 1.4
Powerlifting for Olympic lifters 4.4
Power cleans and snatches 2.1
Finishing the pull 5.1
Split technique - Part I 2.2
Split technique - Part II 2.3
Technique problems 2.3
Rock bottom squats 3.4
Jerk progressions 4.2
First pull, second pull 4.2
Zercher lift, Zercher squat 5.3
Olympic assistance movements - Part I 5.3
Olympic assistance movenents - Part II 5.4
Olympic-style squats 7.1
Jerks 7.2
Press specialization 9.2
Building a lifting platform 10.1
Strength training 10.2
Squats - Part I 10.3
Squats - Part II 10.4
Superior fitness 11.2
Scoop technique 11.3
Overhead weights 12.1
Career plan 12.2
Troubleshooting the jerk 12.2
Squats a la Anderson 15.1
Olympic-style press 15.1
Press 15.1
Overtraining 15.1
C&J beginners 15.1
Snatch training 15.1
Single-arm clean and jerk 16.1
Momentum conservation 18.3
Strength circuits 18.3
Combining bodybuilding with Olympic lifting 18.4
Weightlifting and jumping 19.1
Increase your Olympic WL total 19.2
Competition weight 20.3
Olympic lifting for any sports 20.3
Flexibility for Olympic lifting 20.4
Heavy chains 22.3
Jerk from the chest 22.4
Maximum force production 23.1

   

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Articles by Bill Starr:  
Barski clean 3.3
Drop snatch 3.4
The drill 4.1
The press 4.2
Power clean and power snatch 4.3
Lower back strength 4.4
Front squats 5.2
Middle of the lift 5.3
Foot placement 6.1
Making changes 6.2
Working your traps 7.1
Top pull 7.2
The jerk 7.3
Right start 8.3
Power shrug 8.4
Squat variations 9.1
Sets and reps 9.2
Incline bench press 9.4
Quick training 10.1
Split snatch 10.2
The clean 10.4
The jerk 11.1
Saving bad workouts 11.3
Taboo exercises 11.4
Deadlifts 12.2
Dedication 12.3
Laziness 13.1
In-season training 13.2
Calf training 13.3
Strength in OL 13.4
Older athletes 14.1
Sequence 14.2
Flow 14.3
The jerk 15.1
Importance of sleep 15.2
Securing the bottom position 15.3
Overtraining 15.4
Training through injuries 16.1
Fringe supplements 16.2
Weak areas 16.3
Singles 16.4
Making weight 17.1
Heavy, light, medium concept 17.2
Unorthodox exercises 17.3
Customizing your program 17.4
Upper back strength 18.1
Baby steps 18.3
Amino acids 18.4
Training alone 19.1
Series by Jim Schmitz:  
Clean and jerk: push press and push jerk 5.2
Clean and jerk: push jerk and jerk 5.3
Clean and jerk: clean 5.4
Clean and jerk: squat clean 6.1
Clean and jerk: assistance exercises 6.2
Order of exercises 6.3
Comeback after layoffs 6.4
Pulls 7.1
Warm-ups 7.2
Assistance exercises 8.1
Front squats 8.2
Stretching 8.3
Olympic lifting for strength athletes 8.4
Snatch: preparation 9.1
Full-squat snatch 9.2
Scoop technique 9.3
Training around injuries 10.1
Heavy weight room 10.3
Fitness/physique 11.2
Working out on the road 11.4
Aging and strength 12.3
Optimal size for lifting/throwing 13.1
Training programs 13.2
Reps and sets 13.3
Cycling, peaking, etc. 14.1
Belts, wraps, etc. 14.2
Coaching technique 14.3
Prepare for serious lifting 15.1
Exercises that teach technique 15.2
Bench press 15.3
Strengthening the low back 15.4
Split snatch and split clean 16.1
Supplements 16.2
Making weight 16.4
Benefits of Olympic lifting 17.2
Overtraining 17.3
Older strength athletes 18.2
Squat numbers 19.1
Back squat 19.2
Back squat "enough" 19.3
Women's weightlifting, Part I 20.1
Women's weightlifting, Part II 20.2
Olympic lifting and CrossFit 20.4
Exercise equipment 21.1
Sleep: The secret to recovery 21.2
Olympic WL for beginner groups
21.3
Olympic WL for novice groups 22.1
Coaching, refereeing, rules 22.2
Programs, progressions for inter-mediate lifters 22.2
Progressions for intermediate lifters 22.2
Singles for strength, PR's 23.2
Periodization system 23.3
Technique drills 24.1
Clean and jerk 24.1
Coaching cues 24.2