Asked in Olympics Weightlifting
What are the two different types of weight lifting at the Olympics?
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weightlifting The two lifts currently competed are the clean and jerk and the snatch. ...
What are two of the different lifts in weightlifting?
The two lifts contested in the Olympics since 1972 are the snatch and the clean and jerk. ...
Asked in Exercise
Are workout belts the same thing as weight lifting belts?
Workout belts and weight training belts are sometimes different but the two are actually pretty much the same thing. ...
Asked in Elevations
What do you call the two parts of the lift that goes down?
Lifts go both up and down (and ski lifts go sideways). The two parts involved are the passenger compartment and the counter weight. ...
Asked in Exercise, Weightlifting
Two individuals are lifting two hundred pounds how much weight is each individual lifting?
Assuming that each person is lifting equally the answer is 100 lbs each. The total weight 200, divided by 2. In reality it would depend on the center of gravity for the box, and also how evenly the weight of the box is distributed, plus also the height of the two lifters and the positions of their hands relative to the box's center of gravity. ...
Asked in Weightlifting
Are you supposed to feel sore after weight lifting?
Usually yes. In the process of weight lifting, you are actually tearing/breaking down muscle tissue. The soreness you feel is related to how much tissue was broken down during your weight lifting session. This soreness can last for a day or two, or as long as a week. It all depends how much you lifted, and how intense your workout was. The old weight lifting saying goes " no pain, no gain", which is referring to the pain you feel after...
What are the two different 'lifts' in weightlifting?
well there's the wrong way and the right way haha. wrong way = hurting yourself. right way = not hurting yourself and getting the laddies. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Why are car lifts used and what material should they be made out of?
Car lifts are used because cars are too heavy to be lifted by hand. Cars typically weight about two tons the equivalent of two thousand pounds. They should be made of metal material. This makes it easier for the magnet to attract the car. ...
Asked in Weightlifting
Will lifting weights with legs strengthen buckling knees?
'Light' weight lifting can help strengthen buckling knees with the aid of supplements, such as calcium and magnesium, etc. I have experienced this first hand. Starting with light weights and then moving onto heavier weights reignited my problem but no two people are the same. You can experiment with different weights. ...
What are two exercises that can be done to improve strength?
Strength in the upper body can be improved by lifting weight or pushups. Strength in the legs can be improved by running, weight training, or exercises such as squat thrusts. ...
What's the weight capacity of two post lifts?
Most two post lifts can handle any normal vehicle. The usual capacity for a commercial grade lift is either 10000 lbs or 12000 lbs. This is ample for any normal vehicle like a car or pickup. A box truck like you see delivery men drive usually weighs under 9000 lbs, so that's pushing it with most two post lifts. ...
Is monster milk bad for you?
Of course not. But don't go drinking it all up in one sitting. Go with the powdered version of it...two scoops after lifting. add one scoop if you want to gain weight before lifting. ...
Asked in Osteoporosis
What are the best doctor recommended osteoporosis exercises?
The National Osteoporosis Foundation recommends two different types of exercises: weight-bearing exercises and muscle strengthening exercises. Weight-bearing exercise means bearing your weight, working against gravity, such as walking. Muscle strengthening exercise means you're working against gravity while being still, such as weight lifting. ...
Asked in Job Applications
Is it safe to lift a garbage can over your head?
In general, no. But it depends greatly on the weight of the can, contents and the overall size of the garbage can. Safe lifting technique dictates that "safe" lifts all occur within the zone between your knees (start lifts with object about two feet above the floor) and your belly button (so that the weight at the end of the lift is centered about your own body's center of gravity). Picking up heavy objects from the floor is less safe (due to...