This section presents some background information and a practical assessment. This course aims to have you moving weights with knowledge and practice.
Weightlifting Athletic Circuit 1 is helping you understand about the specific alignment and postures in lifting.
In this circuit the combination of movements is the focus of attention and adding difficulties in mobility and stability.
In this circuit most exercises are learning you to accelerate and decelarate in lifting.
Weightlifting From Hang
In this chapter you learn to make your program with WAC's
Assess yourself 2
Lots of athletes have trouble feeling their normal curvature of the spine and how to keep it “neutral” when lifting. We follow the guidelines of the American College of Sports Medicine to not (side-)bend, rotate or extend from the neutral position when moving energetically (high speed/power) or heavily loaded. Provocative movements of the spine can only be done safely in a slow, medium-lightly loaded and controlled way.