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Weightlifting classes

Specialized workouts for developing movement techniques when working with heavy weights

The goal of  weightlifting training is the correct lifting of maximum weights, work with free weights, which is achieved by:

  • practicing the technique of body movement when working with weights and snatch;
  • the frequency of physical activity for the development of muscle strength;
  • complex work with shells and simulators for the full development of muscles;
  • drawing up an individual plan and adhering to the training methodology;
  • additional developmental exercises along with strength - endurance, flexibility and coordination of movements;
  • alternation of regular activities with fasting days.

Strength equipment, dumbbells, barbells and other sports equipment, the atmosphere and high comfort in the Central Fitness Hub fitness club will allow you to get the maximum result in weightlifting training, and our trainers will always be happy to help you with this.

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08 08:00 - 09:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma 08:00 - 09:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma 08:00 - 09:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma
09 09:00 - 10:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma 09:00 - 10:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma 09:00 - 10:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma
10 10:00 - 11:00CrossfitVolodimir Gneva
11 11:00 - 12:00Body BalletTatyana Sibilyova 11:00 - 12:00Body BalletTatyana Sibilyova 11:00 - 12:00CrossfitVadim Gudyma
15 15:00 - 16:00CrossfitIlia Kukarzev 15:00 - 16:00CrossfitIlia Kukarzev 15:00 - 16:00CrossfitIlia Kukarzev
17 17:15 - 18:15Crossfit Teen (14-17 y.)Ilia Kukarzev17:30 - 18:30Stretching Tatyana Sibilyova 17:00 - 18:00Crossfit Teen (14-17 y.)Volodimir Gneva 17:15 - 18:15Crossfit Teen (14-17 y.)Ilia Kukarzev17:30 - 18:30Stretching Tatyana Sibilyova 17:00 - 18:00Crossfit Teen (14-17 y.)Volodimir Gneva 17:15 - 18:15Crossfit Teen (14-17 y.)Ilia Kukarzev17:30 - 18:30Stretching Tatyana Sibilyova
18 18:30 - 19:30WeightliftingIlia Kukarzev18:30 - 19:30TRXAlyona Kovalchuk 18:00 - 19:00Fitness ZumbaTatyana Sibilyova18:30 - 19:30CrossfitVolodimir Gneva 18:30 - 19:30WeightliftingIlia Kukarzev18:30 - 19:30TRXAlyona Kovalchuk 18:00 - 19:00Fitness ZumbaTatyana Sibilyova18:30 - 19:30CrossfitVolodimir Gneva 18:30 - 19:30WeightliftingIlia Kukarzev18:30 - 19:30TRXAlyona Kovalchuk
19 19:30 - 20:30CrossfitVolodimir Gneva19:30 - 20:30CrossfitIlia Kukarzev19:30 - 20:30Body BalletDarya Kostenko 19:30 - 20:30CrossfitVolodimir Gneva19:30 - 20:30CrossfitIlia Kukarzev19:30 - 20:30Body BalletDarya Kostenko 19:30 - 20:30CrossfitVolodimir Gneva19:30 - 20:30CrossfitIlia Kukarzev19:30 - 20:30Body BalletDarya Kostenko
Weightlifting

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Frequently  asked  question

What is Weightlifting?

Weightlifting – a sports discipline that is aimed at lifting maximum weights by athletes. It has strong roots even in hoary antiquity, when strong athletes demonstrated their abilities in lifting various weights to the people, competed with each other. But modern weightlifting as a sports discipline dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when the sports equipment used by athletes (kettlebells, barbells), the technique of performing competitive exercises and the rules for conducting competitions were standardized. In 1860, the first official weightlifting competition was held in the United States, in 1896 the discipline was included in the program of the first modern Olympic Games in Athens, in 1898 the first world weightlifting championship was held in Vienna.

Today, weightlifting is both an Olympic discipline for professionals and a popular amateur sport. Over more than a century of its development, Olympic weightlifting has gone through periods of pentathlon (snatch and clean and jerk by kettlebells, snatch, clean and jerk and press of the bar) and triathlon (snatch, clean and press of the bar). Since 1972, it has been an Olympic biathlon (snatch and clean and jerk only). In amateur sports, the set of sports equipment and exercises remains wider, along with the barbell, kettlebells continue to be used (in some cases, this type of weightlifting is singled out as a separate kettlebell lifting).

Who is weightlifting training for?

Weightlifting – sport for the strongest in body and spirit, for people from the same iron from which their shells are made. It is aimed at obtaining maximum results, and therefore will require the athlete to maximize dedication, extreme tension of physical and volitional qualities, the highest self-discipline.

If you decide to test and maximize your physical strength and your willpower through sports – you will certainly go to weightlifting. But the issues of building a beautiful, harmoniously folded body are also in the focus of this sports discipline.

It's all about physiology – in the processes of lifting large weights, almost all the muscles of the body are included: arms, legs, torso, core, back, shoulder girdle, neck. Therefore, the figures of weightlifters are usually characterized by large muscle mass, beauty, harmony, with an emphasis on strength and power.

Weightlifting is considered to be the work of strong young men. But young men, women and girls, even mature people can also successfully handle barbells and weights. And even if it is difficult for them to work with large weights, to achieve sports results comparable to young men, all the same, in weightlifting, the beauty and harmony of the body is for them – almost guaranteed.

How are weightlifting classes going?

In the competitive training of weightlifters, careful and thoughtful planning takes a lot. both the schedule of different preparatory periods for the competition, and the content of each training session. And here the key role is & ndash; for the coach, who is responsible for the rational planning of the athlete's training process, for drawing up a training program for every day.

Weightlifting training necessarily includes a thorough warm-up, which is designed to prepare muscles, joints and tendons for high physical activity. Also, an important place in training programs is occupied by numerous additional exercises aimed at developing muscle and tendon strength: a variety of squats, push-ups, presses and deadlifts, stretching exercises.

And of course – so-called ``classic'', training in performing classic competitive exercises with a barbell: snatch with two hands, lifting the barbell to the chest, pushing the barbell from the chest. This part is the key, and the main time in almost every weightlifting workout. Depending on the content of the training program, when practicing the ``classics'' emphasis can be placed on:

  • learning (improving, honing) the technique of performing exercises with low weights or an empty bar;
  • complex training with different weights: 70 – 75%, 80 – 85%, 90-95% of the maximum;
  • to work with the maximum weights for a specific athlete.

What is the frequency of weightlifting training?

It depends on:

  • the current stage of the athlete's sports training (initial training, sports specialization, improving sportsmanship, the stage of higher sportsmanship);
  • the athlete's goal (this could be preparation for a competition, keeping fit after a competition, etc.

Based on these prerequisites, weightlifting training can be planned and conducted: 1 – 2 times (6-9 hours) a week, 3 – 4 times (14-20 hours) a week, 5-6 times (28 - 32 hours) a week.

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