Meanwhile in China … Liao Hui Front Squats 260kg! More: Read the Hookgrip Liao Hui Interview here. "Where should one's balance be in a squat?" is a question we often receive. In China, athletes are taught to keep their balance over the midfoot (ie center of the supporting surface). According to professor Gu Yongquan balance […]
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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
From the 2015 World Weightlifting Championships Training Hall … Tian Tao squatting 255kg x4 during his first training session in Houston. Update: Watch the full video with warm ups here. More: Watch his 220kg Clean & Jerk
Meanwhile in China … Liao Hui Jerked 220kg… and even re racked the weight! So now the consensus is that this is fake (meaning one of the plates)?
Here is Tian Tao’s 178kg Gold Medal Snatch from the 2015 World Championships. More: Watch him Clean & Jerk 220kg.
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 Update: Full Session with Tian Tao.
Wlift84 made a cool compilation of Chinese lifters who squat jerk. This one takes the prize for best opening attempt in my opinion.
Here is a training session from Ding Jianjun (62kg, China) in the 2015 Asian Championships Training Hall. This was a couple of days after he competed.