METHODOLOGY IN WEIGHTLIFTING
Weightlifting is not only a speed and strength sport, but it also includes precision coordination.
Training includes a whole range of tasks: an increase in muscle strength, athletic achievements through a planned training process. It is aimed at physical education and enhancement of the craft while improving the aesthetic appearance of the athlete.
Weightlifting helps develop majority of abilities and qualities necessary for a modern human: strengthening of the cardiovascular system, muscular and respiratory endurance, development of physical strength, flexibility, speed, coordination, dexterity.
Our company’s coaching staff adheres to a differential approach to athletes utilising all of practical materials and experiences accumulated throughout the years. This applies to the analysis, recommended training programs, and the actual technique of performing weightlifting exercises, as well as recommendations for correction of mistakes …
Training principles, the selection of exercises, their regimen, and training itself – all of this generally contributes to the development of the correct groups of muscles and all the necessary qualities and ultimately allows you to achieve your training goals. That in turn will allow you to avoid many mistakes, injuries, and the training itself will be as effective as possible, which will give you the desired result.
ATHLETE TRAINING STAGES
1. Preparation period (4 weeks)
Repeat exercises (4-5 pull-ups) with weights of 80% of the maximum.
2.Competition season (6 weeks )
Training (1-3 pull-ups) with weights of 80-90% od the maximum.
3.Tapering for competition (1-2 weeks)
Reducing the load and 2 sets of classic exercises: jerk (7-10 days before the start) and press (10-14 days before the start).