Up•Lift is our 6 week barbell course

Through bench press, deadlifts, and squats, you’ll learn new skills, gain a new level of confidence in the weightroom, and accelerate your overall performance.

If you’re curious about powerlifting, want to learn how to fine tune key weight training movements, or you’re interested in learning how to properly use a barbell,  UP•LIFT is for you.

• 6 weeks, small group, meeting twice a week (12 classes total)

• You’ll learn the fundamentals of powerlifting and master key weight training movements

• Movements will include Strict Shoulder Press, Bench Press, Back Squats, Front Squats, and Deadlifts


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UP•LIFT 1: BEGINNERS - HOLIDAY

Mondays & Wednesdays 7:00pm to 8:00pm starting Nov 5, 2018 and ending Dec 12, 2018 with Rachel McPhee

7:00pm to 8:00pm

 

 

UP•LIFT 2

TBD

6:00pm - 7:00pm

UP•LIFT 3 - HOLIDAY

Mondays & Wednesday 6:00pm to 7:00pm starting Nov 12, 2018 and ending Dec 17, 2018 with Jae Yee

6:00 PM & 7:00PM

UP•LIFT 4

TBD 2019

6:00pm - 7:00pm

 


GUEST LIFT SIGN UP

Are you interested in previewing the course before jumping in? Why not come to one of our two guest days. Class starts promptly at 6pm.

 

BARBELL BENCH PRESS

Lie on the bench and level the eyes with the barbell and place the feet flat on the floor. Place the heel of the palm on the bar in a position that lets the elbow joint sit at a 90 degree angle.

 

BARBELL FRONT SQUAT

Place hands on bar slightly wider than shoulder width. Walk forward so that the bar rests on the deltoids (not the wrists!) as the elbows bend and point forward. Stand up with the bar and take 2 small steps back.

BARBELL DEADLIFT

With the feet hip to shoulder width apart step up to the bar so that it is touching the shins. Grab the bar on the outside of the legs with fingers one direction and the thumb around the other direction.

 

BARBELL BACK SQUATS

Place hands on the bar at the tightest width that can be handled when the bar is on your back. Lean forward and level eyes with the bar. Duck the head under the bar and place the bar right above the spinus process of the scapula or the meaty part of the trapezius.


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