Enderton Strength SeminarsThis seminar is dedicated to teaching both the Snatch & Clean and Jerk. It is a combination of lecture, demonstration, and hands on instruction. The Enderton Strength Seminar is for anyone regardless of their current abilities. Learn how to better your crossfit game with this very specific Olympic Weightlifting oriented seminar!
Timeline of the Day
The timeline of the day looks like this:
9-10am: Introduction + Broad Lecture
10am-12pm: Snatch Lecture, Drills, Max Out
12-1pm: Lunch + Jared Maxes out
1-2:30pm: Clean&Jerk, Drills, Max Out
2:30-4pm: Squatting, Flexibility & Programming Lecture
4-4:30pm: Summary + Q&A
Cost and Important Info
- You will receive an ESS Certification upon completion
- Minimum of 15 attendees
- Cost of Certification/Seminar: $149 per person
- Owners are free, trainers receive $50 off
- To sign up for a seminar please visit the Enderton Strength Store!
If you are interested in hosting an ESS please contact Jared at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or, connect with him on Facebook. Further details as well as dates can be discussed there.
What will this seminar teach you?“Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.” This quote is the entire reason I created ESS. I want YOU to be equipped with the knowledge to be able to self diagnose your problems in the future! I want you to have a lifelong journey with your lifting. No, you won’t be a “know it all” in weightlifting after one day of an ESS. In fact, I still learn new things every day. However, you will have a much better understanding of the lifts and WHY I recommend lifting that way!
- Proper setup position
- Dynamics of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd pulls
- How to have SPEED under the bar
- How to find your optimal receiving position
- How to improve flexibility in your bottom position
- Jerk technique (split and power)
- Optimal Back Squat technique
- How to keep your elbows higher on the clean
- How to program the lifts into your training
- How it will make YOU a better crossfitter
- Great cues to remember