Summary

In this series, Doug Lentz, discusses some of the myths and misconceptions about some of the most common barbell exercises performed for improving athletic performance. Additionally, viewers will gain a better understanding of how to coach specific exercises and identify how these exercises should be altered based on individual and anatomical differences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover the differences in muscle activation and effectiveness based on the range of motion used during performance of exercises such as the squat, clean, and snatch.
  • Understand how to provide corrective feedback to athletes in order to enhance technique and proficiency in specific lifts.
  • Learn how to take an evidence-based approach to making decisions about which exercises should be selected to improve athletic performance.

Overview


Module 1Doug Lentz - Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance (Non-CEU) 
Unit 1Doug Lentz - Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance - Lecture
Unit 2Doug Lentz - Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance - Practical Part 1
Unit 3Doug Lentz - Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance - Practical Part 2
Unit 4Doug Lentz – Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance – ​Workshop Part 1
Unit 5Doug Lentz – Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance – ​Workshop Part 2
Unit 6Doug Lentz – Barbell Resistance Training: Proper Technique and Progressions for Sports Performance – ​Workshop Part 3
Module 2BONUS: An evidence based approach selecting barbell training exercises 
Unit 1Doug Lentz - An evidence based approach selecting barbell training exercises

Presented By

Douglas Lentz, MS, CSCS, RSCC*E


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