This course teaches the participants the Snatch and Clean and Jerk. Perfect for the novice lifter, trainer or gym goer looking to expand their skills.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion.
The course is run over 5 weeks.
There are 5 sessions all of which are practical workshop sessions.
Each session runs for 90 minutes.
Over 20 progressive movements will be included throughout the 10 weeks leading up to the full Snatch and Clean and Jerk.
Snatch progression: Snatch squat, snatch balance, snatch drop, front snatch balance, snatch front waist, snatch hang, setting position, snatch pulls to knee, snatch pulls hang, snatch pulls, upright power snatch, power snatch shallow dip, power snatch, full snatch.
Clean and Jerk Progression: Front squat, clean from waist, clean from hang, setting position, clean pulls to knee, clean pulls hang, clean pulls, upright power clean, power clean with s dip, power clean, clean, R J B/Neck, jerk dips, rack jerks, clean and jerk.
If there are athletes who cannot squat they will be taught the split version of the snatch and clean and jerk.
Testimonial from Marilyn Shilkin
“My first experience with PTC was fantastic as I decided to do my first novice powerlifting comp at the start of the year Paul and Dan have been nothing but a wealth of support in training and programming.
I have been a personal trainer in Perth for around 6 years so found it refreshing to deal with extremely professional and knowledgeable staff at PTC. The wealth of knowledge and great vibes within the gym puts PTC up there with the gyms in perth for sure.
Then I was offered a spot to train under Bob Pavone one of the best Olympic lifting coaches in Perth who I had trained with many years ago at The Mill crossfit. The course was one of the best things I have done for not only my personal lifts but also teaching classes and clients. So good now I am being coached under Bob Pavone at Olympifit to lift in my first Olympic Lifting Comp in Oct this year. I would recommend PTC to beginners all the way through to the advanced. The boys do a great job and should be very proud of what the have and continue to achieve in Perth.”