Olympic Lifting

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Learn the progressions and derivatives of the Olympic lifts as they apply to field and court based sports

Competition level Olympic lifting is an incredible ability that takes hours of practice and years of obsession to master.

But this level of dedication is not the only way to get tremendous benefit from one of the world’s most effective power training methodologies. By focusing on fundamental skills and qualities of the key lifts and their derivatives it is possible to gain competency in Olympic lifting rapidly and achieve a great return on the investment for athletic progress and adaptation.

In this short course, high performance coach Jacob Tober will take you through the theory behind how we utilise and deconstruct the Snatch, Clean and Jerk with athletes and general fitness clients from a range of backgrounds.

In the second component of the course join us for an extensive in-gym practical as we take a group of coaches of various skill levels from teaching drills with the broomstick all the way to explosive loaded power training with plenty of usable variations, common pitfalls and training/programming hacks along the way.

Sample Clip From Module Four: Cleans Practical

Module One: Theory Of Olympic Lifting

  • The differences between lifting for competition and lifting for athletic performance
  • The phases and components of the Snatch and Clean & Jerk
  • Key derivatives and breakdowns of the Olympic lifts
  • Programming the lifts; beginner to advanced athletes
  • Common pitfalls when teaching and programming the lifts
  • Olympic lifting alternatives

Module Two: Intent To Move

  • Key principle for power development
  • How to approach all lifts for increased power transfer

Module Three: Snatch Progressions And Variations

  • Progression series for the Snatch
  • Key variations of the snatch and when you would use them
  • The dumbbell snatch
  • Common limitations for Snatch success and interventions
  • Clearance tests and progression exercises for building up to full snatching
  • Key lifting safety and platform hygiene

Module Four: Clean & Jerk Progressions And Variations

  • Progression series for the Clean
  • Key variations of the Clean and and when you would use them
  • Utilising the push press and jerk variations
  • The pros and cons of lifting shoes
  • Building a full rack position for cleans and front squats
  • Power Shrug derivatives
  • Immediate and lifetime access to the video lessons, practicals, bonus resources and reference lists
  • A certificate of completion

Earn 2 CEC points with Fitness Australia immediately upon completion of this course.

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Meet your instructor

Jacob Tober, BEx&SpS is an ASCA certified coached and ESSA accredited Sports scientist.

With seven years experience working in private and semi-elite strength and conditioning, Jacob splits his time between his role as a high performance coach with his role as head of education for Core Advantage researching, writing and developing educational content for social media and the Core Advantage Mentorship and short courses.

Since 2017, Jacob has been working in an advisory role with Deakin University providing a coaches perspective and assisting in research design and implementation for studies exploring velocity based training and power development.

Learn more about Velocity Based Training with VBTCoach.com

Velocity Based Training, or commonly known as VBT is a fantastic way to inform us about the quality of our training, adding an objective value on the quality of every rep. At VBTCoach.com, Jacob delves into how you can improve performance, build power, strength and muscle, and allow for auto-regulating training in real time. ⁠⁠

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