Other categories are 12 to 14, 14 to 16, 16 to 18 and 18-plus stones and competitors show their strength in displays including the farmers' walk, truck pull, the overhead press and the car deadlift.
What does OHP stand for?
OHP stands for Overhead Press (weightlifting)
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We have 85 other meanings of OHP in our Acronym Attic
- Oral History Project
- Orchestre d'Harmonie de Pantin (French)
- Order of the Holy Paraclete (Whitby, UK)
- Ore Handling Plant (mining)
- Oregon Health Plan
- Outer Helmholtz Plane
- Oven Hot Process (soap making)
- Over Head Protection
- Overhead and Profit (also seen as O&P)
- Overhead on Poles
- Overhead Projector
- Overnight Host Program (University of California, Berkeley)
- Oxford Health Plans Inc.
- Open Hypermedia Protocol -What Others Want
- Office of Health Professions Adjudicator (UK)
- Office of the Health Plan Administrator (Oregon)
- Old Harding Pediatric Associates (Tennessee)
- Ontario Hay Producers Association
- Ontario Health Providers Alliance (Canada; est. 1993)
- Ocala Historic Preservation Advisory Board
Samples in periodicals archive:
On a recent morning, the routine started with a run and continued with pushups, sit-ups, squats with overhead press, bicep curls, tricep kickbacks, split hops ("You love them," the sign read), jumping jacks and sumo squats.
Seated Overhead Press Seated Overhead Press * Sit toward the front of the chair with feet flat on the floor, one dumbbell in each hand, held at shoulder height parallel to the floor, with the inner ends touching the front sides of your shoulders.
Perform 13 repetitions with three to five pound weights of the following: overhead press, triceps dip, bicep curls.
But in the overhead press, the elbows are pointed out to the sides, while in the running stride the arm moves down from in front of the body.
OVERHEAD PRESS THIS tones and strengthens the shoulders, triceps and upper back.