This year the USAW American Open will be held in Dallas, Texas, December 6-8. That’s a good amount of time to focus on the classic lifts and possibly qualify for this event.
Here is some stuff I got off Glenn Pendlay’s forum in regard to how he trains his athletes. Immediately following this paragraph is a breakdown of a typical week. I also included the original post from which I derive this schedule. Last is a piece where Glenn talks about how he programs squats. It’s all just FYI.
Everyone knows nutrition plays a big role in wellness, fitness, and athletic performance. As the nutritional and health sciences continue to unlock the secrets of the body, the role diet plays in our ability to achieve maximum levels of strength, recovery, and sustained health is quickly becoming a central piece of the discussion. Here are some basic nutrition guidelines that should get you thinking about the right questions and hopefully keep you on track when eating out, shopping, planning and preparing meals.
For the first time in state history, an Oklahoma masters weightlifter has qualified for the Pan-American Championships and the World Games in Olympic weightlifting. Head coach at Metro Weightlifting, Bob White, recently competed in the Kansas State Weightlifting Meet and his total there qualifies him to compete in both of these prestigious international events. Congratulations to Bob and to Metro Weightlifting.