Olympic Lifting

Olympic Lifting

About Olympic Lifting

In this class we focus on the technique of the 2 Olympic lifts being, the clean and jerk and the snatch. We have however broken it up into 3 classes to spend more time focusing on the jerk as a lift by itself to make sure the participants take as much from each class as possible, therefore,

we snatch on Tuesdays, jerk on Wednesdays and clean on Thursdays.

Class Time Frame:
  • 60 Minutes
  • Work time – 60 minutes
Maximum Number Of People:
  • 12 people
Class Level:
  • Open to all levels

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Olympic Lifting Session Vid

Olympic Lifting Session Vid

Olympic Lifting Extra Information

In the beginning of each class we spend some time with the whole class going through different positions, making sure that they understand what these lifts should look and feel like. After that we then usually start the technique work which is done as a few different 5-10 minute EMOMS making sure that we cover the focus point for the lift on that particular day.

The main focus for this class is technique work but also building strength in the lifts along with barbell cycling endurance and efficiency.

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