We want to share high-quality weightlifting instruction with as many people as possible.
We realized early on that we'd reach more people by providing gyms, coaches, and trainers with the very same tools we use...so YOU can teach your own clients/members using a simple, proven method.
And together we can reach more people with better quality instruction and get better results.
We've also confirmed with countless gym owners that your own coaches/trainers aren't always all on the same page when it comes to teaching and fixing the Olympic lifts. They come from different educational backgrounds, rely on different sources of information, and randomly apply what they've learned.
This causes conflict and confusion among your instructors and members since several different methods are being used under the same roof!
So we've packaged a simple approach that helps you standardize how you teach, fix, and program for the Olympic lifts (and other related barbell lifts) using best practices from our experience doing this daily. It's the same no-frills approach we use in our gym with our coaches and athletes.
The result is a course that we have been teaching privately and publicly for years.
THIS is that course.
It provides a no-frills, easy-to-learn method for 1) teaching, 2) fixing, and 3) programming the Olympic lifts that any coach, trainer, or gym can use to standardize and improve the instruction they provide.
"For anyone looking to learn from one of the best, this is THE course to take. The value in picking Sean's brain and learning the methodology he uses to coach the lifts far exceeds the price."
"Our coaches loved the systematic, scientific, and uniform approach to teaching and improving the snatch, clean & jerk."
"The method for breaking down, diagnosing, and prescribing fixes is easy and understandable. We’ll definitely use this approach when teaching the lifts to our athletes."
With our proven system, you'll more effectively teach, assess, and fix the snatch and clean jerk. Our system includes:
• a method for teaching beginners;
• a strategy for identifying and prioritizing problems in new/developing lifters;
• tools and drills for fixing technique;
• how we program for skill development, health, and performance.
Sean Waxman and Waxman's Gym are known worldwide for teaching efficient weightlifting technique. By adopting our methods and obtaining our certification, you will distinguish yourself from other coaches.
Inconsistent methods inside the same gym create confusion, frustration, and distrust among your members. Our course will help you standardize your approach. Now all your coaches can teach and fix weightlifting similarly and your members can enjoy a consistent and reliable experience.
Many coaches and gyms lack a true subject matter expert for weightlifting. We're here to change that. In addition to learning our approach, all graduates of our course will have immediate access to a private forum in which we provide ongoing support for use of our methods. Have questions about implementing our system after completing the course? No problem. We'll be there for you, as will other experienced practitioners.
January 12-14, 2018
June 8-10, 2018
October 5-7, 2018
Fri, Sat, Sun 9:00am-3:00pm
at Waxman's Gym, Los Angeles, CA
If you're ready to learn a simple, proven, repeatable method for teaching and fixing the snatch and clean & jerk from weightlifting professionals, you don't want to miss this course. Participation is limited for MAXIMAL INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION. If you want to ensure your spot, don't delay.
Sean Waxman is the head coach and owner of Waxman's Gym. Recognized nationally and internationally for teaching efficient and gimmick-free weightlifting technique, Sean coaches local, national and international level weightlifters as well as top CrossFit athletes. In addition to developing athletes, Sean specializes in teaching his methods to coaches. Sean is one of the most sought after coaching educators for USA Weightlifting and has taught his methods to thousands of athletes and coaches.
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