Articles by Matt Foreman
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Instilling Personal Character: Not Your Job?


Don’t you just love how dependent we are on the internet? It’s a little pathetic, isn’t it? We literally can’t live without it... Continue reading
Athlete Interview: Travis Cooper


A young kid plays sports in high school. At some point, his coaches introduce him to weight training and he learns that it will make him a better athl... Continue reading
Jumping Forward and Jumping Backward: Which One is Right?


This is a technique article. To understand it, you need to know a little something about how and when I started weightlifting. I began my career ... Continue reading
Athlete Interview: D’Angelo Osorio


The United States has had some amazing young athletes over the years. Most people in the sport tend to follow the accomplishments of the current top t... Continue reading
Balance: Weightlifting Obsession and Real Life


Greg Everett and I share a favorite movie. It’s a bank-robber flick from the 90s called Heat, with Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro. Many of you have... Continue reading
Athlete Interview: Caleb Williams


When you become a competitive athlete in any sport, it's very difficult to make it to the top of the mountain. Winning a national championship, breaki... Continue reading
Starting Early, Starting Late, and Iron Mileage


You want to know something a lot of weightlifters have said to me over the years? “I wish I would have started this earlier.” With t... Continue reading
Athlete Interview: Tamara Solari


Life doesn’t always travel in a straight line, that’s for sure. We’ve all learned this in some way. If we sit down and think about t... Continue reading
Hyping Up vs. Calming Down: What’s the Best Method?


Do you want to know one of the things that always bothers me when I watch weightlifting? It’s when lifters perform some kind of elaborate, showy... Continue reading
Athlete Interview: Caine Wilkes


400 kilos is a lot of weight. It’s 881 pounds. Totaling 400 kilos in an Olympic weightlifting competition is extremely hard to do. How close are... Continue reading
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