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Klokov: Training Methods of the Russian Champion


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Dmitry Klokov is a true strength icon. Transcending his country, continent and sport, Klokov is synonymous with intensity, power and success.

Dmitry is the 2005 World Championship Gold Medalist and 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist in the 105kg class, owning PRs of 196kg in the snatch, 232kg in the clean & jerk for a 428kg total.

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Klokov: Training Methods of the Russian Champion goes far beyond the sets, reps and percentages of training, it is a look into a man’s life, his motivation and his mind as he grows in the sport of weightlifting as the son of a legend (World Champion Vyacheslav Klokov) and struggles to create his own identity as a young athlete, to his rise to World and Olympic Medalist for the prestigious and ultra-competitive Russian National Team.

Take a look into Klokov’s family, training as a young lifter and more as he shares stories and photos from his upbringing and international competitions.

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Also included in Klokov: Training Methods of the Russian Champion are 2 hours of instructional video, as Klokov takes you step by step through the technique of the snatch, clean and jerk, showing you how to fix common technical errors along the way with his decades of experience as an athlete and now as a globe traveling coach. In addition to technical cueing, Klokov demonstrates and coaches valuable assistance movements to address specific weakpoints in the lift which may be holding you back from executing optimal technique.

Get Klokov: Training Methods of the Russian Champion and be inspired, motivated and educated by World Champion Dmitry Klokov’s insight into the training and mindset that has made him one of the World’s greatest weightlifters.

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