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How to Deadlift with Bands

How to Deadlift with Bands

Alright this video is on banded deadlifts. Thereís actually two specific things that are going to happen in the video; banded deadlifts and the way I do the deadlift. I do what I call rip and go deadlifts. Meaning: rip it off the floor and keep going. It doesnít matter what weight is on the bar, whether youíre doing max weight or youíre doing speed repsÖrip and go. I donít do straight powerlifting deadlifts. I donít like to get down…

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60KG | 1991 | European Weightlifting Championship (Władysławowo, POL)

60KG | 1991 | European Weightlifting Championship (Władysławowo, POL)

We’re at the day before your competition. How do you feel? Very well, I’ve just cut 2kg bodyweight and I’m waiting fot the competition. How is your elbow? It’s better, but not as good as a year before… Today your teammate Lénárt (56kg) got a bronze medal. Does it any good effect on you? We’ll see it soon… I mean if one of your team member reach a good result… how do feel teammates for it? For me? I’m very…

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Olympic Lifting Alternatives for MAXIMUM Power

Olympic Lifting Alternatives for MAXIMUM Power

variations are really good for producing max vertical power so when we talk about power what we really mean is impulse which is force times velocity so if you think about a sprinter coming out the blocks they want to be able to produce a lot of force really quickly so force times velocity in this instance so in sporting tasks like sprinting cutting jumping we’re using triple extension of the hips knees and ankles so these will extend at…

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2019 World Weightlifting Championships: Men’s 61kg recap

2019 World Weightlifting Championships: Men’s 61kg recap

In the men’s 61kg A session, everyone became worried after Qin Fulin missed all three snatch attempts at 138kg. Qin Fulin was out of contention for the snatch and the total. It was now up to Li Fabin. There was fierce competition between the Chinese athletes and Irawan from Indonesia and Kim from Vietnam. Li Fabin was successful with his 138kg opener. After Irawan’s successful attempt at 140kg, Li was successful in his 141kg attempt. This secured him a gold…

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Team China prepares for the 2010 Weightlifting World Championships

Team China prepares for the 2010 Weightlifting World Championships

We see a very busy atmosphere as we enter the weightlifting hall at the national training center this afternoon. On the center stage, various Olympic and World champions from the men’s team are showing what they have to offer without a set order. Lu Yong was very upset from a failed snatch attempt. The center stage has a wooden 4 by 4 platform just like at an official competition. We get a closer feel for lifting at a competition on…

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Pannonia Cup | International Weightlfting Competition | 1988 – preview | ENG SUB

Pannonia Cup | International Weightlfting Competition | 1988 – preview | ENG SUB

We can see a lot of strong athletes in this weekend, it’s a preview about it. There were some heavy athletics competitions nowadays. A judo and a greco-roman wrestling competition have just finished. Our wrestlers were really good shape at the competition. I’m here to talk with the hungarian head coach, László Ambrus about the Pannoni Cup, which startes in this weekend. We’re prepared for this competition, but not with maximum intesity, because our main goal is the Olympics in…

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Iraqi dreams of lifting Olympic gold

Iraqi dreams of lifting Olympic gold

Karrar Mohammed Jawad became the first Iraqi to win gold medals for two years in a row at the World Youth Weightlifting Championships, held last September in Slovakia. The 17-year-old was hopeful of winning gold at the 2012 London Olympics, but unfortunately he suffered a hand injury while competing in the Asian championships which was the qualifying event for the Olympics. His father is a former lifter and also the trainer for the Iraqi youth team, and Karrar explains how…

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Hungarian Team’s pre-olympics interview | 1988 – Seoul | ENG SUB

Hungarian Team’s pre-olympics interview | 1988 – Seoul | ENG SUB

Weights are over 100kg sometimes over 200kg these are needed for our weightlifters. We can be satisfied with our lifters they won 15 medals at the last two international competition. Zoltán Balázsfi (90KG) – world champion in snatch in 1985 his personal best is 392,5kg in total. József Jacsó (110KG, DVTK – Weightlifting Club of Diósgyőr) has 5 silver and 3 bronze medals from World Championships- The gold medal is missing yet to him… László Barsi (82,5KG, DVTK) is the…

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What is olympic weightlifting? | Olympic weightlifting technique | 1964 | ENG SUB

What is olympic weightlifting? | Olympic weightlifting technique | 1964 | ENG SUB

The strongest ones… Consultant: Győző Veres 2X weightlifting world champion. Olyimpic weightlifting is the most important additional sport of sports at nowadays. There are no durable results without muscle strength. Increasing muscle strength is the basic of high performance in many sports. Atheltes recognized how important this, so they practice olympic weightlifting movements during their basic phase of training cicle. For this… olympic weightlifters are the best examples whose training & competing from day by day to year by year…

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