Translations

Translations of weightlifting research from the USSR and Russia covering training, technique, biomechanics, restoration, and so forth.

The Effect of developing joint mobility and flexibility on the technical mastery of young weightlifters

M. Leshko, CCCR Tiiazhelaya Atletika 1976 Translated by Andrew Charniga www.sportivnypress.com A comparative analysis of the weightlifter’s motor activities shows that technical mastery in weightlifting is conditioned to a great extent by joint mobility and flexibility. This interconnection is most obvious in the snatch if one performs the more progressive squat style method. Consequently, our …

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The Training of Vladimir Belayev

The Training of Vladimir Belayev Y.R. Krinitsky Tiiazhelaya Atletika Yezhegodnik 18-30:1971, FiS, Moscow Translated by Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press® Back-round Information for  “The Training of Vladimir Belayev” Albeit the content of the this article has long since been ancient history; having been published in 1971. The article has some timeless knowledge; especially at the …

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Methods of Developing Leg Strength

  Methods of Developing Leg Strength A.A. Zeinalov, Grodno Tiazhelaya Atletika 1976: 29 – 31 Translated by Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press© 2006 A weightlifter’s results in the snatch and the clean and jerk depend on the athlete’s strength development, in particular the strength of the legs which bear the brunt of the loading during …

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