Jeremy Layport, StrongFirst Certified Master Instructor
*Check-in begins at 8:30am on Saturday
This professional seminar is organized and licensed by Physical Culture—Jeremy Layport. All registration and other questions: please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Take advantage of the Unified Recertification and renew your current instructor credentials—included with your registration. Testing will be completed via video submission.
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What is O-Lifting?
The two-day StrongFirst O-Lifting seminar applies universal strength principles to Olympic-style barbell lift variations to build greater speed, power, and strength.
This seminar is designed for any individual interested in learning proper lift mechanics to ultimately increase their power and athletic ability.
Attendees will learn:
1. Mobility assessments and improvement strategies for your wrists, shoulders, thoracic spine, hips, knees, and ankles
2. Foundational barbell lift positions on which weightlifting lifts are built:
- Front Squat
- Overhead Squat
- Military Press
- Romanian Deadlifts (RDL)
- Push Press
3. Weightlifting lifts:
- Hang Clean/Snatch
- Muscle Clean/Snatch
- Clean/Snatch Pull
- Power Clean/Snatch
Visit our O-Lifting page for more details.
Read the O-Lifting requirements & prerequisites.
Due to the strict movement path the barbell demands, proper mobility and technique are critical prior to training weightlifting lifts.
Previous kettlebell training and barbell power lift experience is excellent, but not mandatory. The ideal attendee will be able to accomplish a barbell front squat and dowel or barbell overhead squat to gain the most from all this course has to offer. Those that cannot may still attend with the understanding that they will have some “homework” before adding weightlifting lifts to their training. Because of the demanding nature of weightlifting lifts, the attendee’s most important consideration should be his or her current mobility level. Although the full (squat clean or snatch) will not be taught, hips and shoulders should be mobile enough to accomplish power variations of the lifts (catching the barbell high).