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Ask Greg: Issue 117


Ryan Asks: What can I do to improve on keeping my chest up and ass down on the snatch pull as the weight gets heavier? I find myself bouncing the bar a little too hard off the hips and I now have a bump that hurts. I would appreciate any tips. Thank ... Continue reading
Hey Coach, It’s Not All About YOU


Greg Everett once told me that a large percentage of the people who read this magazine are coaches. I always try to keep this in mind when I write articles. Some of you might not be coaches presently, and your focus is entirely on your own lifting. T... Continue reading
7 Habits of Highly Defective Weightlifters


You know all of those blog posts and articles that urge you to read them to show you how to become more effective and productive with your life? Yeah... this isn't one of those. They're all the same, anyway. You actually end up wasting time and being... Continue reading
Do I Look Fat in this Gi? Why Women Quit Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu


The title of this article is a misnomer. It would be impossible for one person to speak for all women--especially a person who's never quit the sport for good, but keeps coming back around like a proverbial prodigal daughter. And as I've learned in m... Continue reading
5 Biggest Mistakes in the Snatch and How to Fix Them


Coaching at Muscle Driver USA and owning Mash Elite Performance, I work with athletes of all ranges. I have current world-class lifters, some of the best youth in America, and adult CrossFitters learning the Olympic lifts for the first time in their ... Continue reading
True or False: Glucosamine & Chondroitin Keep Your Joints Healthy


If you're smart, you think about your knees a lot. They're crucial to lifting, to running, to almost every sport, and they're worth taking good care of. (If you're lucky, you don't have to think about your knees at all; they just work. But not all of... Continue reading
Athlete Interview: James Tatum


“That guy with the beard looks pretty good.” That’s what I said the first time I saw James Tatum compete. It was at the 2012 American Open in Palm Springs, I believe. This was the time period when the Great USAW CrossFit Population ... Continue reading
Recipes: Issue 117


Blackberry Gazpacho Active time: 45 minutes Total time: 2 hours 45 minutes • 1.5 lbs. seedless grapes • 1 lb. fresh blackberries • 3 Tbsp. honey • 3 Tbsp. lemon juice • 1 Tbsp. lemon zest • 1/2 tsp. salt S... Continue reading
Weightlifting News: Issue 117


Upcoming National Meets   2014 American Open Championships: Washington D.C. December 12-15   Upcoming International Meets International Youth Invitational Championship: Colorado Springs, USA, October 16-19   IWF World Champion... Continue reading
Ask Greg: Issue 116


Mike Asks: Hi Greg, my name is Mike and I have been following your current 6-week program and love it. My form and numbers have improved greatly. I am gaining strength every week but would like to decrease my body fat. Would doing sprints after any o... Continue reading
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