Advanced Strength Training (DTS-AST)
The course is a comprehensive hands-on workshop that will provide trainers with a wide variety of tools to help enrich their clients training experience. At the end of the two day course trainers will learn how to properly and safely progress clients through more advanced training techniques ranging from pull-up variations to power snatches.
Day one consists of advanced strength training techniques and exercises that include pull-ups, pressing, squatting and deadlifting progressions.
Day two-day is an introduction to olympic weightlifting techniques and all of their variations, including power snatch, power clean and split jerk. Trainers will become comfortable performing all of the olympic lifts and learn to identify common technical errors.
Course Conductor: Bryan Marshall
Bryan is one of the most knowledgeable and sought after strength and development coaches in the professional sports industry. Known for his unique ability to help athletes break through plateaus and set new personal records, Marshall has trained hundreds of athletes to date including many NHL, NFL and CFL players. In addition to training pros privately, he currently consults as a strength coach in the NHL.
Ontario’s Weightlifting Champion since 2008, Marshall is an accomplished and decorated Olympic weightlifter and has worked with world-class strength and Olympic lifting coaches for the past decade.
Approved for 4 canfitpro Continuing Education Credits (CEC’s)
FSTE: 4 PTS
Cost: $400.00 + Applicable taxes
Early Bird: $350.00 + Applicable taxes
Due to the special equipment required for the olympic lifting component of this course, registration is capped at 12 (1 instructor) or 18 (2 instructors) registrants depending on the location. All olympic lifting will be done in groups of three, which will ensure a 1:4 instructor to student ratio. This ratio will ensure that all registrants will received individual coaching and feedback during the course.
(ONLY the first 6 registrations are eligible for the early bird rate.)