NEW DATE ADDED - Saturday October 13th
9/15 workshop - SOLD OUT
9/29 workshop - SOLD OUT
"As always, Drea is an outstanding coach. She did an excellent job breaking down the movements while keeping everyone totally engaged for 2 hours. We learned a lot and had fun doing it" ~ Kim Calbi
"The instruction was priceless. Learning the "3 pulls", how to feel the "pocket", the gradual build up, breakdown, then combining all of the movements over and over really reinforced the key points. I definitely improved and learned a lot, and it was also fun." ~ Jessica Stroebel
"Today's workshop was great! The small class size and Drea's expertise resulted in an educational and fun experience." ~ Denise Zecca
"Today's Hang Power Snatch seminar was game changing. On a scale of 1-10, definitely an 11" ~ Jill Gallo-Murray
Are you struggling with your Olympic lifts? Guerrilla Fitness is introducing the first in a series of Olympic Lifting workshops. The first Olympic lifting workshop will focus on the Hang Power Snatch. This workshop is a pre-requisite to the upcoming Power Snatch Workshop.
Starting with the basics, you will be guided through the three “pulls” of the movement through technique work and repetition. Emphasis will be on better movement, not weight. Oly lifting shoes are not a pre-requisite but encouraged. Class size is limited. Email [email protected] to sign up.
Date: Saturday October 13th
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Location: Guerrilla Fitness Montclair
Pricing: $75 per person
Class Size: Limited to 12 people, first come first served
Due to the demand for a limited amount of spaces in the workshops, there will be NO refunds or credits issued for a missed workshop.
1:00-1:15 - Warm-up
1:15-1:25 - Squat & overhead squat positioning
1:25-1:45 - Burgener warm-up deconstructed
1:45-1:55 - Learning the "3 Pulls"
1:55-2:05 - Four position snatch: top of the knee/ mid thigh/ pocket/ extension
2:05-2:15 - Mid hang snatch pull
2:15-2:25 - Scarecrow snatch
2:25-2:40 - Tall snatch
2:40-3:00 - Hang power snatch: full movement & adjustments of starting positions along the thigh