Olympic lifting Classes South Dublin

by Sep 25, 2019Training0 comments

Olympic Lifting Classes South Dublin

If you think that Olympic lifting classes South Dublin are reserved for the strongest of athletes, think again!

Like any sport- Olympic lifting can be enjoyed by ANYBODY who likes challenges and learning new skills. The benefits easily outweigh the misconceptions, and here are a few interesting facts and reasons that might encourage you to try.

Train like an athlete, feel like an olympic athlete

Yes, Olympic lifting is an Olympic sport, but the basics can be mastered by anyone. How far you want to take it from there is up to you. One thing is for sure, very soon you will start feeling like an athlete! Why?

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The basic Olympic lifts are weighted squats, cleans, jerks and snatches that require strength, hyper coordination and a lot practice. Making progress feels incredible, and your overall fitness and mental strength advances fast because they have to!

You will learn to love the the olympic lifting classes south Dublin because of the  discipline and the commitment that comes with it and it will start seeping into your daily routine. You’ll start feeling epic after every session, guaranteed.

Move like an athlete with your olympic lifting classes South Dublin

Olympic lifting utilises every muscle, joint, tendon and ligament in your body. To perform lifts correctly, you will naturally have to improve your mobility and muscle coordination. The fundamentals programme is designed to enhance body awareness, increase a range of motion, joints and muscle integrity and overall physical proficiency.

As you can imagine, such training will make you a better and more confident mover and will significantly improve your technique and performance in traditional exercises.

Lift like an olympic athlete

By learning the correct technique of the Olympic lifts, we learn a functional life skill believe it or not! Say goodbye to pulled muscles, back sprains, slipped discs, wrists or elbow injuries associated with heavy object lifting! Once you’ve grasped the basics, you’ll be naturally inclined to assume the correct form before lifting anything heavy! Our fully qualified coaches will ensure you are lifting safely and using the correct form, take a look at our fully qualified team.

Look like an athlete

It may come as no surprise that Olympic lifting requires significant core strength and works every single muscle in your body.

To lift you must have achieved good core strength and stability, strong abdominal muscles, back, hips and thighs. Any good fundamentals programme will include extensive core training that will improve your posture and help shape your bums, tums and thighs.

Heavy lifting naturally helps build muscle. More muscles mass means higher metabolic rate and that in turn supports fat burn and weight loss. If you are dreaming of looking like a lean mean machine – Olympic lifting is just about the quickest and most effective way to get there. You can book your free trial for our next Olympic lifting classes in south Dublin which takes place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8pm in our Sallynoggin gym. To make an online booking for a free trial olympic lifting class, book your Free Trial NOW.

 

 

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If you would like to find out more about our group classes, personal training, fitness programs or nutrition and lifestyle coaching simply fill in the form below to book a free consultation, or you can call us directly on 0870645527. We look forward to hearing from you.

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