Motor Learning Theory in Olympic Weightlifting
Motor Program Theory and Dynamical Systems Theory - how do they apply in Olympic Weightlifting?
Training guidelines for athletes in Olympic Weightlifting
Guidelines on how to train sensibly and consistently to achieve long-term performance objectives.
Concepts of the Pull in Olympic Weightlifting
A video about key concepts of pull technique - pull phases, acceleration and force, issues of horizontal bar movement and key coaching cues.
The Business of Olympic Lifting
In the last 20 years, significant changes have occurred within the sport of Olympic Weightlifting in Australia. Without doubt, these changes have also occurred in most democratic nations of the…
Press in Split Position
The Press in Split Position is an easy and suitable place for beginners to start learning the Jerk receiving position.
Limitations of Australian Weightlifting
Identifying factors that limit the potential of the Australian Weightlifting system to produce high performance athletes.
Important Decisions for Athletes
Key advice on the decisions that need to be made to pursue high performance in Olympic Weightlifting.
Coaching Behaviour in Olympic Weightlifting
If you are close enough to the action in an Olympic Weightlifting competition, you will see significant differences in the way that coaches communicate with their athletes in the last…
The Mentoring Coach
Mentoring is the best option for coaches lacking adequate experience to deal with rising star athletes. This article outlines the case.
Backward chaining in teaching complex skills
A key issue that coaches must consider in teaching complex skills is the order in which they will teach component parts. This is likely to have a considerable bearing on…