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Method of Planning the Training of the Weightlifter
Method of Planning the Training of the Weightlifter


 
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A collection of articles translated by Andrew Charniga
  • Weightlifting {Tiiazhelaya Atletika} Vorobeyev, A.N.
    • The Snatch
    • The Clean and Jerk
    • The Clean
    • The Jerk
    • The Final Actions in the Jerk
  • Methods of Teaching I.A. Mulberg, M.S. Khlystov
    • Didactic Principles
    • Teaching the technique of the Classic Exercises
  • Motor Qualities & Methods of Development
    • The Development of Strength
    • The Weightlifter's Strength
    • The Development of Speed
    • The Development of Endurance
    • The Development of Flexibility
    • The interdependence of Motor Qualities
  • Training Methods
    • General Methodological Principles of Sport Training
    • Adaptation
    • The Frequency of Training Sessions
    • The rest interval between sets of weightlifting exercises
    • The Quantity and Ordering of Training Exercises
    • The quantity and Tempo of Lifts with the Barbell in Training
  • The number of repetitions per set
  • Training for Competition
  • The Warm Up
  • Peculiarities of the Support-Motor Apparatus
  • Peculiarities of Blood Circulation
  • Peculiarities of Respiration
  • Peculiarities of the Exchange Processes
  • Energy Expenditure of Weightlifters
  • Increasing Bodyweight
  • Weightlifting Injuries and Prevention
  • The Dependence of the Snatch and the Clean with the Athletes General and Special Physical Preparedness - A. V. Chernyak
  • The Optimal Ratio of the Triathlon Exercises - A. V. Chernyak
  • Assessing the Technique and the Methods of Perfectioning the Snatch - A. V. Chernyak
  • The Peculiarities of Training Sportsmen of Varying Technical Preparedness - A. V. Pakov - A. V. Chernyak
  • Methods of Planning the Training of the Weightlifter - A. V. Chernyak
    • Degree of Development of Motor Qualities and Motor Habits
    • The Ratio of the Squat and Static Pull to the Snatch and the Clean and Jerk
    • The criteria of technical preparedness
    • Sport Results

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