- done Finally Get the Feedback You’ve Been Wanting
- done Have the Coach’s Attention
- done Perfect for Beginners and Non-Beginners
Project Lift's Original Gym
INTRODUCING THE 5 WEEK OLYMPIC LIFTING TECHNIQUE CLASS by PROJECT LIFT
The 5 week Olympic lifting class allows you to finally get the feedback you’ve been craving. The Olympic lifts can be complicated, and they don’t work well in a “one size fits all” approach.
That is why we approach the snatch, clean and jerk from an individual perspective. You’ll understand why you need to be in key positions based on you!
In 5 weeks you’ll find yourself getting more comfortable, understanding the positions better, understanding the movement better, and on your path to bigger weights.
Technique class is a 5-class package that meets weekly. The focus is on technique, and since the class is limited in attendance there will be plenty of one-on-one time with the coach.
The movements will be broken down, and you’ll receive the corrections and drills you need for your specific issues.
Each class is an hour long and currently there is one class available on Tuesday’s at 6:30pm. Knowing life happens there will be one make up day on the 6th week.
Only 5 spots available in each class.
Tuesday Class – The Schedule:
6:30pm Tuesday, April 23rd – The Snatch
6:30pm Tuesday, April 30th – The Clean
6:30pm Tuesday, May 7th – The Jerk
6:30pm Tuesday, May 14th – The Snatch
6:30pm Tuesday, May 21st – The Clean and Jerk
6:30pm Tuesday, May 28th – Make Up Session
Any specific questions please email – [email protected]
SUCCESS STORIES FROM MEMBERS
I can’t emphasize enough the amount I appreciate and value everything from my personal improvement, friendships and memories which I have and look forward to having at Project Lift. I am a Project Lift member because of the Coaches and the culture Drew and Chelsea has provided me and the other Athletes.With their guidance, I have gone from training with 30kg (training plates and bar) to becoming a Master National medalist. One question I get asked a lot of is what should I do first CrossFit or Olympic Weightlifting? When I reflect back on my personal experience I would definitely say that learning how to properly lift will make you a better CrossFit athlete. It prevents injury and allows you to see faster improvement, which correlates to positive growth in both Sports.
Even though I’ve only been here a year, I have so many amazing memories with project lift. From meeting and training with the team to the Strongest Unicorn competition, qualifying and competing at Youth Nationals… there is just so many I could write an entire essay on them. Instead, however, I’ll just leave you with this:the people you will meet here will impact you in ways you never thought possible and change you for the better. Not only will you become a better athlete but also a better person. I know I have.
(Bringing his Son Brylan to Project Lift)
The atmosphere was clean, professional, and fun. Brylan worked with Drew Dillon, Chelsea Kyle, and Tyler Schaeffer and each one of them were able to work and connect with Brylan in a way that he understood. They met with me to find out what my goals for Brylan were,and I was extremely happy that they only increased his direction and intensity as his ability and skills allowed. Brylan was never under pressure from the coaching and always felt comfortable working toward his goals. He always looks forward to his time at Project Lift.