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Dutch Strength Games

If you want have fun with our Dutch Strength Games!

At the study/office work place

The first part is a daily health program to do @ your workplace – use your breaks or plan one session and adapt it to your capacity and spirit.

Keep Fit at Home or Workspace @ Monday
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Keep Fit at Home or Workspace @ Thursday
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Keep Fit at Home or Workspace @ Saturday
Keep Fit at Home or Workspace @ Sunday

At home strength & conditioning

The second part consists of “real workouts“.
You can recognise upper, lower, mid-body and total body exercises. Combining strength, endurance, balance and mobility. Sometimes you can challenge yourself with loads like a grocery bag, bottles or we use a chair, broom stick or towel.

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Olympic Weightlifting

The third part relates to the specific expertise of Dutch Strength related to Olympic Weightlifting.

The headtrainer/coach of Dutch Strength – Tom Bruijnen – developed and published in Dutch info including video’s related to olympic weightlifting (e.g. 2004 = ISBN 90-80795-2-3). We want to share some updated content for free in English to make it possible for others to use this.

Posters

Tom designed a set of 3 posters aimed to understand and learn olympic lifting. This is not referring to how to lift a world record, but “lifting strong a life long”.

The posters can be bought in printed form at barbell-shop.nl.

WAC – Weightlifting Athletic Circuits

These 6 circuits are a step-wise method to train and exercise with olympic style movements. Experienced athletes use them to warm-up, others as part of learning the lifts or getting in shape with the lifts. Integrated in our

on-line wac-course

(first register, then login and go back to enroll to follow the whole course).

How to proceed?