Here is Lu Xiaojun’s and Tian Tao’s Squat Session from their first day in the 2015 Worlds Training Hall. Lu works up to 225kg x2 Front Squat Tian goes up to 255kg x4 Back Squat More: Lu Xiaojun Squatting 275kg
Lu Xiaojun (77kg) Front Squatting up to 225kg x2 in the 2015 Worlds Training Hall. Watch the Full Video Here. More: Watch him Back Squat 275kg
Here is Lu Xiaojun’s heavy squat session which he did 3 days before competing at the 2015 World Weightlifting Championships. Included is his warm up with massage and stretching. More: Lu in the 77kg Warm Up Room at Worlds Watch his 260kg Pause Squat at the 2013 Worlds
Meanwhile in China… More videos from the Chinese Test Event have surfaced, including some summer training. Thanks to yangyang’s instagram we have more footage from the event. Update 12.09.2015: Yangyang delivers Chen Lijun’s 182kg Clean and Jerk! 09.09.2015: More updates from yangyang! 165kg Long Qingquan Clean and Jerk, 175kg Lu Xiaojun Snatch. 06.09.2015: Yangyang uploads Tian Tao […]
Meanwhile in China … Apparently Lu Xiaojun snatched 180kg! More: Watch his 176kg Snatch World Record here.
It’s finally here: Lift the World by the International Weightlifting Federation. It’s meant to introduce weightlifting to a general audience, which means that you won’t see the craziest training lifts or the latest discussions about training programs. No, it’s about the people and the passion behind the world’s best sport. I think you’ll agree that […]
Here is a Blast from the Past … Lu Xiaojun winning the 69kg category at the 2004 Junior World Championships in Minsk, Belarus. Snatch: 142.5, 147.5, 152.5 Clean & Jerk: 175, 175, 180 After this he didn’t compete iternationally for another four years until he made his comeback debut in the 77kg at the 2008 […]
Meanwhile in China … Quick clip from the Chinese winter training camp (where Tian Tao also C&Jed 220kg). Update: Part 2 with Wu Jingbiao Snatching 135kg! Also Ding Jianjun 170kg Front Squat, Li Fabin 170kg Jerk, Lu Haojie 140kg Snatch, Zhang Jie 190kg Front Squat. Translation of Part 2 Thanks to Tim> Narrator: Every year […]
Much like Lu Xiaojun’s Bottom Up Overhead Squats with 220kg here is Long De Cheng (56kg) with 180kg.