bossesjoe on reddit repeatedly gave some excellent help for fellow redditors. Here is his step by step analysis of a clean and jerk. And another of a clean.
I was reading this interesting article from 2008 by Matt Foreman titled Lessons from Romania. It’s about his three weeks in the summer of 1990 training with Romanian weightlifting legend Nicu Vlad.He is said to be the “most technical weightlifter of all time”. Among his accomplishments is the 200.5 kg snatch world record in the […]
Woot? – Another unofficial world record by Behdad Salimi. 217kg Snatch and 256kg Clean and Jerk
Ivan Ivanov footage from IronMind Unbelievable Bulgarians 1998 Training Hall DVD Below you’ll see him Clean and Jerk 175kg, Front Squat up to 210kg (triple + body weight) and miss 220kg a couple of times. Also check you Zlatan Vanev’s clips from the DVD
Liao Hui 69kg World record 198kg Clean and Jerk at the 2010 World Weightlifting Championships, Antalya. undefined
Found some of the IronMind Unbelievable Bulgarians 1998 Training Hall DVD footage on YouTube Zlatan Vanev works his snatch up to 150kg Zlatan Vanev with some heavy Clean and Jerks up to 200kg, misses 210kg five times.
Here are some weightlifting technique posters I found digging around the web. Update: See this newer post for English Technique Posters
Here is some footage of the Weightlifting at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Rank Name Body Weight (kg) Snatch (kg) Clean & Jerk (kg) Total (kg) 1 Aleksei Petrov 90.89 187.5 215.0 402.5 2 Leonidas Kokas 89.28 175.0 215.0 390.0 3 Oliver Caruso 90.65 175.0 215.0 390.0 Snatch Clean and Jerk
What better way to start the day than with some Dmitry Klokov footage. The video shows him lifting and winning the 105kg at the Russian Weightlifting Championship in Penza (August 1, 2011). Body Weight: 104,95 kg Snatch: 190 kg, 195 kg, x197 kg Clean and Jerk: 226 kg, 232 kg, x