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Cheryl Haworth: Olympic Bronze At Age 17

BarBend Podcast

Today we're talking to three-time Olympian in weightlifting Cheryl Haworth. Cheryl is one of America’s most accomplished lifters, and she competed in her first Olympic Games — Sydney, where she earned bronze — when she was just 17 years old. That Olympic Games also marked the first time women could compete in weightlifting at the Olympic level. In this special episode of the BarBend Podcast, Cheryl joins us to look back on her experiences in Sydney 20 years ago, and what it was like to be among the first group of women Olympians to represent the USA in weightlifting. 

28mins

10 Sep 2020

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#56. Cheryl Haworth; US Olympic Medal Winner

Conquer Athlete Podcast

Cheryl Haworth is a 3 time Olympian in weightlifting with a bronze medal in the 2000 Olympic Games. Cheryl was inducted into the USA Weightlifting Hall of Fame and is considered one of the most respected weightlifting coaches in the sport. Here's what's next: Join our free online training community: www.facebook.com/groups/conquertrainingcommunity/ Get 1-week of free online programming for serious athletes: www.conquerathlete.com/programs Become a Conquer Athlete: www.conquerathlete.com

50mins

20 May 2020

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PMPC013: 3 Time Olympian Cheryl Haworth

The Power Monkey Podcast

Dave and Chad have 3 time Weightlifting Olympian and bronze medalist Cheryl Haworth on the show to talk about the recent announcement that the 2020 Olympic Games will be postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

1hr 13mins

8 Apr 2020

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Weightlifting's Future with Olympic Medalist Cheryl Haworth

BarBend Podcast

Olympic medalist and snatch world record holder Cheryl Haworth talks about finding weightlifting and making the Olympics at age 17. Find out how she's leveraged her time as an athlete to build a career in coaching.

47mins

13 Jul 2019

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The Jerk from Start to Finish by Cheryl Haworth

The USA Weightlifting Podcast

Be sure to check the link below to find the videos used in the review of a listener’s jerk toward the end of the recording.https://www.instagram.com/p/BuFEAFQFQSY/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=4nol209p4lo4Welcome back to another episode of The USA Weightlifting Podcast. This week our hosts are diving in head first on how to improve your jerk. This episode is dedicated to dissecting the jerk from the set up to the finish. We’ve got a bunch of tips coming your way, including on how to improve your positioning, some technical variations, and proper foot work for the jerk. Also, you can follow along with a review of a listener’s jerk with the provided link below, along with some other links of note for the benefit of your own jerk. Enjoy the show and be sure to leave us a review!Topics:07:25 - The jerk23:05 - The dip36:50 - “The Pez dispenser technique”41:00 - Split depth1:12:00 - Video AnalysisTips for Corina’s jerk (from video analysis):*NOTE: Many critical mistakes are made and some fundamentals ignored before the dip is even initiated. Corina exhibits a few of these mistakes, but hopefully some of these cues can help.1. Setting a proper tempo for a consistent dip (including a more consistent depth) requires an athlete lock out the knees prior to dipping. While the knees are locked try to combine that with the action of wiggling your toes. This shifts the body to the back part of the foot which is critical in driving the bar straight up. 2. Take time to make your set up routine the SAME each time. Be thoughtful and deliberate. 3. Between sets of jerks, focus on one or two either mobility or positional drills. Corina, I recommend you do wall dips between sets. (Wall dips: placing your back flat against the wall with your feet beneath you as if you were going to dip. Practice the dip with your entire back sliding straight up down the wall.) this will help with the awareness needed to dip straight. Shoulders need to stay on top of the hips. 4. Shoulder mobility is key to handle heavy jerks and “stacking” is critical. Practicing jerk recoveries in which heavier loads are lifted will allow you to feel how to balance overhead and if there are some lingering mobility issues. 5. Pairing jerk recoveries with shoulder mobility exercises/stretching will help.Recommended Protocol for Corina:*To be performed as the first 3-5 warm up sets of any jerk work in program for 4 weeks; at that point reevaluation is indicated to confirm that the protocol has made improvements and/or to adjust as needed either to find more appropriate drills or to progress from the previous.A. Behind the Neck Press and Stretch w/Narrow Grip - 5 reps at bar only-See Demo Here https://www.instagram.com/p/BsY6iwPl4lv/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=6crq92z771kaB. Wall Dip - 10 reps-See Demo Here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMIr5CkMGocC. Split Jerk - 2-5 reps

1hr 23mins

19 Feb 2019

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Olympians Chad Vaughn & Cheryl Haworth on the Future of USA Weightlifting

The Michael Caz Podcast

This week on the Brute Strength Podcast, I’m speaking with two multiple time Olympians in the sport of Weightlifting, Chad Vaughn and Cheryl Haworth. In this episode we’ll be diving into their early careers as weightlifters, what it was like qualifying for the Olympics, and finally looking at some of the really unique visualization techniques that Chad uses with his athletes. I’m also excited to announce that these guys are going to be the hosts for the new USA Weightlifting Podcast, so be sure to check them out! Enjoy the show. Topics: 05:18 - Cheryl: Art School & Lifting 17:28 - Qualifying for the Olympics 21:20 - Clean & Jerking live on Regis and Kathie Lee 25:15 - Looking at the future of USAW 40:58 - Doping in the Weightlifting 1:02:29 - Bombing out at the ’03 Championships 1:05:50 - Visualizing your lifts 1:21:30 - Advice for lifters 1:27:30 - USAW Podcast Links: Top 5 Podcasts @haworthweightlifting @olychad Reviews: If you love this podcast please click HERE to leave me a review. It energizes me to keep doing these as well as pushes us higher in the rankings. Thank you all for the support. Follow us on Instagram @brute.strength.

1hr 33mins

18 Jun 2018

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Meet The Hosts - Cheryl Haworth & Chad Vaughn

The USA Weightlifting Podcast

This week on the USA Weightlifting Podcast, we’re doing something special. This is an opportunity for you the listeners to get to know your hosts, Chad Vaughn and Cheryl Haworth. In this episode we’ll be learning a bit more about our hosts as they both talk about their introduction to weightlifting, competing at the highest level, and even sharing a few secrets from beyond the platform. We would like to thank you all for the love and support as we look forward to getting more from the athletes and coaches you want to hear about for future episodes. Enjoy the show. Topics:04:40 - Cheryl’s weightlifting story 11:10 - Chad’s introduction to weightlifting 26:40 - Weightlifting then & now 33:40 - Catching up with Cheryl42:30 - Giving back to USAWShare the love by leaving us a review!

56mins

6 Jun 2018

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Olympic Weightlifting 101 (Chad Vaughn & Cheryl Haworth Interview)

Squat University

Episode 12 is the first interview show, and who best than 2 olympians! Chad Vaughn and Cheryl Haworth are two of the most decorated olympic weightlifters in United States history! We dive deep into technique, programming, the mental approach to lifting big weight and how to manage injuries common to weightlifting! Master squat technique: https://squatuniversity.com/book/ Subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://tinyurl.com/y2eq7kpr Visit the website: http://www.squatuniversity.com Like the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SquatUniversity Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/squatuniversity Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/squat_university

1hr 41mins

20 May 2018

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Cheryl Haworth, Part II - That's "Haworth" Without a "Y"

The Vaughn Weightlifting Podcast

This is Part 2 of an incredible and enjoyable opportunity for me to learn even more about my good friend and teammate, Cheryl Haworth. She is a 3-Time Olympian, Olympic Bronze Medallist, 11-Time Senior National Champion, 2-Time Junior World Champion, and Pan American Games Champion. Listen in to hear about her weightlifting journey and to get to know this individual that is so valuable to our sport and community in so many ways.Included content:-Toeing the line between training and competiting to develop the skill that is competing.-The Magic in competing for everyone.-Where she found her ideal volume to be and missing out on accessory work; what is your ideal volume, and what weaknesses might you have that you could use accessory to help overcome...-The difference in "pulls" and "deadlifts" (snatch and clean that is) and why she wishes she'd done more deadlifting; also what is the best combination of the 2....-A day at the Olympic Training Center with Cheryl, what she's been up to since the 2008 Olympics, and what Cheryl the coach is like.

52mins

29 Mar 2018

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Cheryl Haworth, Part I - The "Gold" in Laziness

The Vaughn Weightlifting Podcast

This was an incredible and enjoyable opportunity for me to learn even more about my good friend and teammate, Cheryl Haworth. She is a 3-Time Olympian, Olympic Bronze Medallist, 11-Time Senior National Champion, 2-Time Junior World Champion, and Pan American Games Champion. Hold up…..go back an read over that ONE more time and let it sink in, and once it does, realize that she accomplished ALL of this by the age of 25. Listen in to hear about her weightlifting journey and to get to know this individual that is so valuable to our sport and community in so many ways.Included content:-When and why she started weightlifting.-What it was like being 17 at the Olympics and winning a medal.-What has she been up to since 2008.-Why she’s never cried over weightlifting.-How the characteristic of being lazy contributed to her progress and development(and mine.)-How she played tricks on herself in competition to enhance performance.

1hr 4mins

12 Mar 2018

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