Learning Olympic Lifting - Olympic Lifting Program - Training The Olympic Lifts

Olympic Lifting Program, Joe Sansalone

This is a lengthy talk in which Joe Sansalone describes the value of Olympic lifting for everyone, and then tells exactly how he writes an Olympic lifting program, from beginner to elite.

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Learning Olympic Lifting – Olympic Lifting Program – Training The Olympic Lifts

This is a lengthy talk in which Joe Sansalone describes the value of Olympic lifting for everyone, and then tells exactly how he writes an Olympic lifting program, from beginner to elite.

“The need for power development—force production at a high rate of force development to occur within the body and the central nervous system—is something any person can benefit from as long as their body is able to tolerate the demands of moving weight fast, aggressively and explosively. They have the movement pattern skill fundamentals to be able to handle the sequencing, timing and coordination required to develop the Olympic weightlifting technique.”~Joe Sansalone

TOPIC MARKERS

• Purposes of Olympic Weightlifting (1:52)
• Movement Screening (6:50)
• Terminology (16:23)
• The Three Ds (39:00)
• Coaching Olympic Lifts (47:16)
• Common Mistakes and Fixes (1:07:25)
• Kettlebell Swings (1:12:39)
• The First Pull (1:23:38)
• Drills to Enhance Skill (1:29:00)

LECTURER BIO

Joe Sansalone is the owner and performance enhancement training director of Optimum Performance Training Institute (OPTI) in Columbia, Maryland. He is part of the FMS staff, a level 2 RKC, Level 1 coach with USAW and holds certifications in the NSCA, ACSM, ACE CPT, CK-FMS and is a 4-Phase Athletes Performance Mentorship  graduate. You can catch up with him at theOptimum Performance Training Institute website..

Who Benefits?

Trainers and coaches who use Olympic lifting in their programs

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LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 1 hour & 55 minutes; Transcript: 28 pages; Mp3 file size: 55 MBs

This is a digital product with immediate access to download. There is no physical version of this product.

$9.95