Wednesday, September 08, 2010

I got a lot of work to do.

Serious shoulder flexibility, Igor Morozov

and this


Boris Terzic said...

Igor is a seriously bad ass dude, great lifter. I hope to be able to make it out to Russia next year and hopefully meet him in person.

Mark Reifkind said...

I agree 100 percent. amazing athlete on many levels.I love his videos teaching in english. Man, I can't imagine trying to learn Russian and teach in it similtaneously.

nice guy too,he contacted me to see if I was interested in gs coaching.If I could do gs it would be a great experience I'm sure.

Mark Reifkind said...

and oh yea, going out to Russia to train gs would be like Nei Ti Di in Japan to train gymnastics; ( japanese PE school were all the best gymnasts go, or went,lol, when they crushed the Olympics in '72))

Jakeheke said...

I have studie 2 course under Ginko (7 WC) and 2 times under Sergey Rachinskiy( 9 WC) and couple times in Ventspils under Fuglyev(14 WC)! Amazing lifters and really nice persons.I miss st.Petersburg elite camp this year,but try go next year ! This is perhaps only sport where worldchampions say: hello and shake your hands every time we meet in competetion.

Mark Reifkind said...


powerlifting is much like that. very solid real people who do amazing things.good for you to be able to study with such champions, what an experience eh?

thanks for taking the time to stop by and comment. I know you are a wealth of knowledge yourself. please don't be a stranger.