How to Quickly and Easily Progress on the Platform to Develop Power & Explosiveness While Pulling Big Weights in the Olympic Lifts
Discover the Best Ways to Teach, Coach, and Perform the Olympic Lifts with These Exact Training Techniques
You know the importance of utilizing the Olympic Lifts (and their variations) as a primary part of your strength training program.
But the effectiveness of any lift is only as strong as the weakest link in that chain of movements.
And there’s a good chance your athletes consistently make mistakes which prevent them from maximizing the time you spend teaching (and reteaching) these movements. At best, they simply won’t get results. At worst, you’ve put them on a path to serious injury.
You know which common errors I’m talking about. The ones you see, but pretend not to see because you’re overwhelmed by so many athletes making so many mistakes… all at the same time.
You know what it should look like. You know what you want it to look like. You’re just not exactly sure how to get them to do it correctly. Your cues aren’t solving the problems. Your toolbox of regressions and partial movements aren’t doing the trick either.
You know they shouldn’t be doing the lifts if they can’t do them right. And you keep letting them do it anyway, hoping time will fix the problem.
But, it won’t. In fact, the longer they do it incorrectly, the harder it will be to fix.
The bottom line is this:
When you have better progressions, regressions and cues for teaching the Olympic Lifts, then your athletes will get more out of their time in the weight room. And therefore perform better in competition.
You don’t need a degree in Olympic style weight lifting to quickly and correctly teach these movements to your athletes. Instead, the only thing you need is a complete system for taking athletes who are complete newbies on the platform to athletes who are pulling big weights.
And there isn’t a coach more primed for the task of teaching it all to you than Wil Fleming.
Wil is the co-owner of Force Fitness and Performance and Athletic Revolution Bloomington, in Bloomington, IN. Force Fitness just turned 4 years old and is already one of the most successful training facilities in the Midwest with nearly 400 clients, 30 athletes earning Division I scholarships and nearly 75 athletes moving on to compete at the NCAA level in Division I, II, III.
Wil is a sought after speaker on the topics of power development, speed, and strength training for athletes. He has spoken at the IYCA International Summit (2010-12), the Midwest Performance Enhancement Seminar (2011), Building Better Athletes Seminar (2012) and the College of the Canyons Strength and Conditioning Clinic (2012). Wil is already booked to speak in 2013 in Indianapolis as the keynote presenter at the St. Vincent’s Sports Performance Seminar, Jacksonville, FL and Columbus, OH at Enhancing Athletic Performance.
Prior to being a business owner, he was an Olympic Trials participant, an all-American athlete, and the school record holder at Indiana University as a hammer thrower. Wil was a resident athlete at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for Olympic weightlifting after winning a Jr. National Championship in the same sport.
Needless to say, Wil knows his stuff! And here is his program… Complete Olympic Lifting!