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(For NROC Athletics Coaches only)

Description

At the end of this workshop, coaches will be able to:

  • To empower participants with the technical knowledge and technique execution of the modified Olympic lifts
  • The approach shared will enhance learning by following the motor learning continuum of progressing from simple to complex
  • Learning movement technique to perform weightlifting more efficiently, effectively, and ultimately safely

 


 

About the Presenter

    This workshop will be presented by Julian Lim. Julian has been involved in high performance strength and conditioning for the past decade for elite, national and amateur level athletes. This journey has given him extensive skills and experience in the field of sport performance conditioning and research development. He has also completed his master degree in strength and conditioning research, investigating the effects of post-activation performance enhancement (PAPE) on maximal sprint performance of Singapore’s national track and field athletes. His post-graduate studies had enabled him to gain knowledge in the area of strength/power performance monitoring. He always holds Level 1 coach certifications from World Athletics and Australian Weightlifting Federation.

 


 

Date and Time

    2 runs:
    1. 17 April 2021 (Saturday), 2pm to 3.30pm
    2. 24 April 2021 (Saturday), 2pm to 3:30pm

 


 

Venue

    Singapore Sport Institute (SSI) Gymnasium
    Sport Singapore
    3 Stadium Drive
    Singapore 397630

 


 

Cost

    FREE

 


 

CCE Hours

 


 

Registration

  • Maximum 8 pax per workshop. Registration is on first-come-first-served basis.
  • To register, please access this link
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