Olympic Weightlifting for Sports Performance Book

Olympic Weightlifting for Sports Performance Book

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Struggling to implement Olympic Weightlifting in your athletes workouts? Then this book is for you. Dane dives into the importance and effectiveness of Olympic Weightlifting in sports performance for several sports, and provides workout plans for athletes. This book is one of a kind. You won’t want to miss this.

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08/04/2021
Richard C.
United States United States

A Valuable Read

As a young man I wrestled from the age of 5 to still practicing with my local high school wrestlers. As their strength coach I have been able to implement Olympic Lifts with them, but having this resource has put our training into a more focused approach. I really appreciate this book for what it is doing for our program. Great work Coach Miller.

CM
05/02/2021
Chris M.
United States United States

Olympic weightlifting for sports performance

My son has just started using the “football” program in the book. We like the fact the book gives you a detail program and explains how to do the exercises and the reason behind them.

MF
04/14/2021
Matrixx F.
United States United States

Great Breakdown

Great breakdown, the book resource is a great guideline

SF
01/03/2021
Stevan F.
United States United States

An interesting peak

If you follow Garage strength, this book gives you insight into how they train different sport athletes. I wish there was more info on longer term planning for these sports but you can't have it all. Definitely worth having on the book shelf.

SA
04/21/2020
Spencer A.
United States United States

Sport Specific Application

I would recommend this book to all strength and conditioning professionals regardless of your philosophy. At a minimum he does a good job of challenging the everyday strength coach to be creative. At a maximum it can transform how you apply the fundamentals of the Olympic Lifts to your daily programming. Honestly it’s a bit of a stretch to find things that were necessarily bad with the book. It does a good job of taking the finer points of the Olympic lifts and specifically creating variations for sports application. Dane applies the physiological benefit of Olympic Lifting in specific variance to meet sport demands and does so with a creative flair that only a multi-sport coach could accomplish.