Brittany Riesenberg wins overall master champion at the Arnold Classic 2017
DIMAS documentary series
In March of 2016, Praxis owner Debbie Millet, put together a group of the finest weightlifting historians and photographers to interview and film weightlifting legend Pyrros Dimas. David Boffa and Jonas Westbrook of The2Doctors, Nat Arem of Hookgrip, and Debbie traveled to Greece and gathered 2 days of video, pictures and interviews with Pyrros Dimas.
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“Join us as we talk with Debbie Millet, the meet director for the 2016 USAW National Championships and Olympic Trials in Salt Late City, Utah. She shares her history in the sport, experience running the 2014 USAW National Championships, and her plans to make this year’s Nationals/Olympic Trials the best ever. We also discuss the recent Junior Nationals, the upcoming Arnold Championships of the Universe, and the best ways to
cheat gain a competitive edge by greasing your thighs. Enjoy!” – the2doctors.net
Praxis lifter Connor Houghton and Debbie Millet discuss weightlifting and upcoming events.
Meg Henry, Former Praxis athlete and current US World Team Skeleton member to compete at 2015 World Bobsleigh and Skeleton Championships, Winterberg Germany
Praxis women highlighted on local news
Utah to Host University National Championships, Debbie Millet meet director
Brittany Riesenberg, Team Praxis, Wins Weightlifting World Championship
Debbie Millet Awarded Connect Sports National LOC of the Year
“The 2014 Nationals, by almost any standard or measurement (except, perhaps, radioactivity) were a resounding, unqualified, spectacular success.” – David Boffa
Dustin Ma, Team Praxis, National Championships athlete
Three-time Olympic Team Coach Jim Schmitz describes Utah-hosted Nationals as “best I’ve ever seen”
Salt Lake City Selected to Host Weightlifting Nationals
Praxis: A Coming-of-Age Training Center, Bigger Faster Stronger, September/October 2008, pp. 10-12.
“Praxis Olympic Weightlifting Center may not overwhelm its visitors with flashy cardio equipment and extravagant extras – but bigger is not always better. To be great, sometimes all you have to do is keep it simple.”