The Knee

The knee is one of the two most important joints for generating real power and speed in weightlifting( the other being the hip). It’s not a complicated task to observe that the knee, being a less mobile joint, acts as an engine when talking about generating the speed and power in the cleans and jerks, … Read more

The Ankle

The ankle is also a crucial point in the overall structure, being one of the most important joints when it comes to weightlifting, not only because of it’s capacity to absorb shocks and impact but also because of it’s force transfer. Having strong and mobile ankles truly consists one of the foundational parts of being … Read more

The Foot

The Foot Stability The stability of your foot is very important and is the basis for all your lifts. If the stability of the foot is not solid and you are not working to improve this, it means that you do not work on a solid foundation and from there many problems and mistakes in … Read more

How to start weightlifting

Lifting weights from scratch! I receive many questions on social media about how to start weightlifting as a complete beginner. Nowadays athletes are not very patient and everyone wants to lift as much as possible in a short time or even better without practicing the fundamental exercises for too long. They search for a lot … Read more

How I began Weightlifting

Introduction: Growing up, I tried a variety of school sports including athletics, basketball, soccer, gymnastics, and even dancing. However, my poor physique often held me back and I was rejected from certain teams. It wasn’t until 1996 when I was introduced to weightlifting by two friends from my neighborhood that I found my true passion … Read more


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