6 edition of An Introduction to Olympic-Style Weightlifting found in the catalog.
July 3, 1998
by McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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There are not many books published on the sport of Olympic and Olympic-style lifting as the sport's popularity has dropped steadily since the American dominance in the 's when the great Tommy Kono was on the lifting platform. I was hard-pressed to find many books on the sport, but was delighted when I found this one/5(7).
An introduction to olympic-style weightlifting Unknown Binding – January 1, by John M Cissick (Author)/5(7). Lsc an Introduction to Olympic-Style Weightlifting book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An introductory text with the primary f 3/5. An introductory text with the primary focus on the techniques associated with the Olympic lifts and their assistance exercises. This book explains how to perform each exercise.
John M. Cissik is the author of Lsc an Introduction to Olympic-Style Weightlifting ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Lsc Cps9 (TX A /5. Greg Everett is the head coach of the USA Weightlifting National Champions Catalyst Athletics weightlifting team.
He remains a competitive lifter at the senior national level with a top placement of fifth in the National Championships, and is the Masters National Champion and masters American record holder in the clean & jerk in the kg year-old by: 4.
7 Steps to Coaching Olympic Weightlifting. Author: HowExpert,Liam Rodgers; Publisher: HowExpert ISBN: Category: Sports & Recreation Page: 72 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This short book is a response to the increased popularity of Olympic weightlifting and the problems that have come with it: the quality of coaching in the sport has been diluted in the English-speaking world by.
In Episode #9 of the 70’s Big Podcast Glenn Pendlay was asked what weightlifting books he recommended (question is at 48 min in the podcast). His recommendations: The Weightlifting Encyclopedia: A Guide to World Class Performance by Arthur Drechsler If you are only going to buy one book about Olympic Weightlifting “The Weightlifting Encyclopedia” by Arthur Drechsler [ ].
Generally, the Olympic lifts can be learned in several weeks to a few months. Dedicating an hour or less of your training to Olympic lifting and technique times per week will get you there. Snatch There is a reciprocal relationship between traditional weightlifting and Olympic lifting.
8. An Introduction to Olympic-Style Weightlifting By John M. Cissik. Second edition, pages, with numerous photographs and line drawings. Fair to good condition but very readable.
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It would have saved me a lot of time. There are not many books published on the sport of Olympic and Olympic-style lifting as the sport's popularity has dropped steadily since the American dominance in the 's when the great Tommy Kono was on the lifting platform.
I was hard-pressed to find many books on the sport, but was delighted when I found this one/5. This book is an all encompassing guide to the Olympic weight lifting movements and additional training movements required to excel in the sport.
From start to finish it teaches you the basics of each movement, as well as why we do the movements to the advance cues and adjustments needed to move kG above your head in one clean efficient movement/5().
An Introduction to Olympic-Style Weightlifting by John M. Cissik A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.5/5(1). The book shows you how to work toward the actual technical lifts so that you can safely get the coordination down without jumping The textbook size is at first intimidating, but the writing style, diagrams, and organized sections make it digestible, even to a total weightlifting beginner/5.
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An LSC an Introduction to Olympic-style Weightlifting by John Cissik,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(5). From the author of what has been called the best book on Olympic weightlifting, Olympic Weightlifting: A Complete Guide for Athletes & Coaches, comes Olympic Weightlifting for Sports.
This book focuses on athletes and coaches outside of the competitive weightlifting world to present a method of teaching the Olympic lifts and their variants.
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Sell your bodybuilding and weight training books back if you wish, if you find you want to keep some and not others. Olympic-style Weightlifting An Introduction: By John Cissek MS, CSCS. Olympic-style weightlifting is a sport that is inaccessible to many and misunderstood because of this.
Rightly or wrongly, the sport is so difficult that many of its practitioners will develop the kind of attitude that turns off perspective participants. Tommy Kono’s book Weightlifting, Olympic Style is an indispensable guide for anyone attempting to enhance their explosive movements, competitive lifting, or athletic abilities.
A four-time Olympic gold medal winner, Tommy Kono’s lifting advice is well worth listening to.Debunking Olympic-Style Lifting Myths. Myth No. 1: It'll make me huge. Research has shown that all types of power training – Olympic-style lifts included – tend to increase muscle density more than muscle size.
"Olympic lifts are actually terrible for increasing muscle mass," says John Cissik, author of An Introduction to Olympic Weightlifting (McGraw-Hill, ).From The Desk Of Clarence Bass. If you enjoy and benefit from our website and products, tell your friends. Preface: Miller’s Masterpiece Our lifelong friend, Carl Miller has just released his fifth book: The Sport of Olympic-Style Weightlifting: Training for the Connoisseur (Sunstone Press, ).
All of Carl’s books are about Olympic.