Weightlifting

How to Design Weightlifting Programs


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Weightlifting requires a balance of strength, speed and technique, your programming must reflect that.


Team Juggernaut Head Coach Max Aita goes deep in this 3 part series covering organizing the training plan, selecting exercises and determining training load (frequency, volume and intensity)


Success in weightlifting requires strong legs and that is often correlated with the heaviest squat possible but that may not always be the case, Max Aita explains why:


Max Aita, Team Juggernaut Head Weightlifting Coach, continues his discussion of how to best develop leg strength for weightlifters.


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The Scientific Principles of Strength Training are universal but each lifter’s unique characteristics, their Training DNA, changes how they are expressed in the athlete’s program. Max Aita discusses this concept for Team Juggernaut’s weightlifters.


How should you train right after a meet? Max Aita discusses the value of Transitional Phases and how to implement them into training.

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