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Olympic weightlifting is an incredibly effective strength training method, but one that is often poorly performed.
Our Olympic Lifting course has been designed to show you how to instruct clients through to a high level of competency while completing advanced lifts. This is done by studying a range of exercises and breaking down their movement patterns to ensure lifts are clean, safe and effective.
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The Olympic Lifting course is supported by a Training and Assessment Package (TAP). If your aim is to design and deliver workouts to other people that include Olympic lifts, you need to successfully complete the TAP.
The TAP provides you with access to Learner Support and the Olympic Lifting Training and Assessment Day which includes practical training and assessment.
Home study plus a practical, tutor-led Olympic Lifting In-Person Training & Assessment Day (one day) that you attend at our London centre.
Once you enrol on the Olympic Lifting course, the sooner you purchase the TAP, the smaller the fee.
Regular Price From: £199 Offer (Extended) Ends Friday 30th September: £149
Find out more about the Olympic Lifting course and TAP. If you have a question, please call us.
Together, our Olympic Lifting course and TAP are recognised by CIMSPA, and meet the criteria for official ACSM Approved Provider status◊.
A basic level of English and Math is necessary to understand the Olympic Lifting course content.
You must hold a level 3 Certificate in Personal Training qualification or equivalent.
Together, the Olympic Lifting course and TAP require physical exertion, therefore a degree of physical fitness is necessary. Relevant personal experience of performing Olympic lifts is helpful.