Steve Jeck pays a visit to Iceland so that he can once again link up with one of the greatest lifting stones in history, the famed Husafell Stone, which is the basis for one of the signature events in strongman. Accompany Steve and get inspired as he attempts to carry the Husafell Stone around the goat pen. Inspiring!
Watch Steve hoist some of Scotland's fabled granite beasts and let him persuade you of their enchantment, and you'll become a believer . . . and then a doer as you watch Steve's how-tos. Over 30 minutes. NTSC version.
You want old school training? Try this highlights DVD of the first 20 episodes of Cellar Dwellers, the cable-access weight training show that Steve Jeck and Chris Kennedy produced from 1996-1998. You'll get 20-rep squats (of course), all the major lifts, odd lifts, stone lifts, some Highland implements--even a truck pull.
John Brookfield yet again proves there's always room in the Brookfield mind for more. Here they are: a pile of new movements and fresh ways to get that grip you want, with a focus on closing grippers, bending steel, and tearing cards.
Wade Gillingham--code for grip strength--illustrates the principles of effective grip training for a wide range of sports: contact, grappling, racket/stick, court, strongman, weightlifting/powerlifting. NTSC only. 38 min. A Championship Productions video.
Presented by John Brookfield, featuring Ingrid Marcum
A longtime proponent of cardio and conditioning work, John Brookfield also invented the ropes course. His Battling Ropes system is a highly effective method to build strength and stamina and he, along with champion weightlifter Ingrid Marcum, shows you how to do the moves. Perfect for strongmen, football players, Special Forces types, or anyone who wants a different way to rev up his engine and keep it running at full speed. 48 minutes; NTSC.
Jaber rocked the boat in competition, and for anyone who saw him snatch 200 kg for two singles one day in training, his performance was no surprise. If that's not enough to whet your appetite, how about a chance to watch Marc Huster train, or Shahin Nassirinia? That's just the beginning. No monster squats, but a great sample of some of the best in the world hitting the gym shortly before they competed in the 2001 World Weightlifting Championships, Antalya, Turkey. 1-1/4 hours. DVD, NTSC version.
Ivane Grikurovi, in case you didn't know it, is the coach behind three-time Olympic gold medallist Kakhi Kakhiashvili, and his coaching style and methodology are unlike anything you've probably ever seen or experienced. Far from force-fitting each lifter into a prescribed mold, Grikurovi custom tailors each workout to the requirements of the lifter, and rather than attempting to squeeze the maximum performance from a lifter in the minimum of time, he views the building process as slow and progressive.
A rare glimpse into their world one week prior to leaving for the 1998 Worlds. Vanev (77 kg) cleans 210 kg for five singles; Ivanov (54 kg) cleans and jerks 175 kg; Boevski (69 kg) does a nonchalant 250-kg squat; and Vanev (77 kg) ends a workout with 245 kg front squat. Sofia, Bulgaria. 1-1/4 hr. DVD, NTSC version.
Chakarov, Yotov, Suleymanoglu, Leonidis, Lara, Huster, Botev, Khrapati, Nerlinger, Weller; follow Botev, who bangs out almost a dozen attempts in the snatch at 190 kg or higher, cleans 250, and then does a 320 "no-no-no" squat. Part 1. Guangzhou, China. 1-1/2 hr. DVD NTSC.
Chakarov, Yotov, Suleymanoglu, Leonidis, Lara, Huster, Botev, Khrapati, Nerlinger, Weller; follow Botev, who bangs out almost a dozen attempts in the snatch at 190 kg or higher, cleans 250, and then does a 320 "no-no-no" squat. Part 2. Guangzhou, China. 1-1/2 hr. DVD NTSC.
Chakarov, Yotov, Suleymanoglu, Leonidis, Lara, Huster, Botev, Khrapati, Nerlinger, Weller; follow Botev, who bangs out almost a dozen attempts in the snatch at 190 kg or higher, cleans 250, and then does a 320 "no-no-no" squat. Part 1 + 2. Guangzhou, China. 1-1/2 hr. DVD NTSC.
From Mutlu and Suleymanoglu up through Taimazov, Chemerkin, and Kurlovich, about a dozen and a half of the world's top lifters during their final training sessions. Istanbul, Turkey. 1-1/2 hr. DVD NTSC.
The original IronMind video that introduced the whole concept of training hall tapes, with 91-kg Ivan Chakarov doing a "no-no-no" squat with 270 kg for a triple; also Dimas, Suleymanoglu, Weller, Kakiashvilis, Tournefier and Nerlinger. Melbourne, Australia. 1-1/4 hr. DVD NTSC.
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