"Cover: Sourab Moradi (Iran) makes this 216-kg clean and jerk to win the 105-kg class at the Asian Weightlifting Championships and he could well be on the podium in London.Departments: The Long Bar by Randall J. Strossen Ph.D. Letters to the Editor From the Trenches: Variation on the Shoulder Shrug by Col. (Ret.) Joseph H. Wolfenberger Ask the Expert: Q & A Roundtable Report: Father and Son on Lifting --The Basics of Training Your Kids by Bill Piche --Hearing the Bells: A Call to Iron by Ryan Piche Iron Filings Captains of Crush Grippers: Who's New Red Nail Roster Calendar The Iron Mine From Our ArchivesPeople: Mike Jenkins: Made for Strongman by Thomas Van VleckTraining: Walking with the Dinnies by Francis Brebner Knees In, Knees Out: How Not to Squat by Karsten Jensen Anti-Concussion Movement Part III: Advanced Neck Training by Steven Helmicki Abdominal Training Part IV: Beyond the Basics by George James Life is Hard, Now Let's Train by Dr. Ken E. Leistner Foundations: Keep Your Gains Rolling by Jon Bruney No Brain, No Train: The Central Nervous System in Strength Development by Ernest Roy, P.T., D.P.T. Postural Considerations in Strength Training by Ken Best Global Expeditions: Putting in the Miles to Move an Inch by Laine Snook Stonelifting in Anglesey by Roger Davis Russian Strategies for Heavy Weightlifting by Steve Justa Women's Weightlifting Part II: The Road to the Olympics by Jim Schmitz Linear Periodization: A Signature Move Worth Adopting by Chuck MillerContests: 2012 Asian Weightlifting Championships by Randall J. Strossen, Ph.D. Lifting in Leimen, Hello Heidelberg! 2012 German Olympic Trials by Randall J. Strossen, Ph.D.History: Early Years of Georg Lurich by Josef Svub The Swiss Master, Francois Lancoud by Gherardo Bonini"
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