Thanks to the heroic effort of reader Edwin we get to see a video of Lu Xiaojun’s 175kg Snatch World Record. Also available as slow-mo-ish gif (15mb warning). Update: Here is his Lu’s 176kg Snatch World Record from the 2013 Worlds. 204kg Clean & Jerk + Celebration video, Also available as gif. 204kg Clean & Jerk + Celebration […]
Subscribe to the Weightlifting34 YouTube channel. This guy uploads a lot of the weightlifting news videos from CCTV/ CNTV. Check out this one of Lu Xiaojun with some snatchpulls and the so familiar side bends (at 3:20) Or this clip of the team getting ready for London.
So by now you’ve probably seen the photos of Lu Xiaojun’s Weibo (Chinese Twitter clone) floating around on various forums (thanks to everybody who submitted these). At first I didn’t post about them because I wanted to know more about their background to understand what’s going on. Thanks to peteryji from the bb.com forum who shed some […]
Here is a fresh clip of Lu Xiaojun in the 2011 WWC training hall. 150kg Snatch x2 with perfect form at U77kg. Update: Slow motion Bar path analysis video (gif)
Here’s a little documentary about Zhang Guozheng’s Life Story. And in the second video Zhang Dan takes you into the Chinese Weightlifting training hall.
Here are videos of the 2012 Chinese Weightlifting Nationals. Jump to Results Below. +105kg Winners 105kg Snatch: Clean & Jerk: 94kg Snatch: Clean & Jerk: 85kg Snatch: Clean & Jerk: 77kg with Lu Haojie’s 175 kg Snatch World Record Snatch: Clean & Jerk: with 17 year old Tian Tao attempting 211kg for a Clean & Jerk World Record […]
Enjoy this Power Jerk / Squat Jerk Compilation. Man, this is a great compilation. Features some of my favorite lifters. Kakhi Kakhiashvili, Pyrros Dimas, Shi Zhiyong, Zhang Guozheng, Su Dajin, Lu Xiaojun
You may remember this post about Lu Xiaojun muscle snatching 110kg in the 2011 WWC training hall. Here’s a video of it:
Here is a video of Lu Xiaojun doing some Barbell Side Bends in the 2011 World Weightlifting Championships training hall. Depending on how heavy you go these can be a great core strength exercise as well as a nice warm-up / mobility drill. Other name suggestions so far: Oblique Curls a.k.a. Hungarian ankle-Quixote a.k.a. The Stir-Fry 🙂 Check out more Lu […]