Miami, FL, November 01, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- SportsEdTV has added the sport of weightlifting to its free video sports instruction library today with the launch of its first weightlifting video - HOW TO SNATCH - featuring former U.S Olympic and Team USA coach, Harvey Newton.
“Weightlifting is both a competitive sport and a foundational training activity for all other sports,” said SportsEdTV Co-Founder and Chairman, Robert Mazzucchelli. He added, “Our goal was to create - with Harvey Newton - a definitive video library covering all weightlifting techniques
and exercises so that people could learn the sport from a world-class expert. We also wanted people to learn how to lift safely, so that all athletes, Crossfit participants and strength coaches could have a learning resource they could access anytime and anyplace.”
“SportsEdTV is breaking new ground by offering world-class sports instruction in a free, high-quality video format,” said Harvey Newton. He added, “I have written books on weightlifting, and have coached at the highest levels of the sport, so the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over my years of coaching and studying the best lifters in the world was one I could not turn down. The SportsEdTV team showed great dedication to making sure the coaching details and proper lifting techniques were clearly communicated through the videos by using unique camera angles and graphics. Using SportsEdTV’s global network, I want to encourage more people to lift, and most importantly, to learn how to lift safely and prevent injury. This network is a game-changer.”
The new video series also features two U.S. national weightlifting competitors and coaches, T.J. Greenstone and Rachael Bommicino, who demonstrate the lifting techniques and exercises taught by Newton. SportsEdTV plans to add new videos to this library daily.
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