Please join us for the Festivus Games Same-Sex Team competition on September 14th, 2019.
There are three divisions to choose from: Novice, Intermediate, and Masters 45+.
Registration cost is $150/team but the first 15 teams so sign up automatically save $20. Check out their website for full event details and to get your team registered: https://festivusgames.com/info/2071/
COME GET SOME!
Ladies Night is back! Please join us Sept. 7th, 6pm. We will meet at Lulu’s BBQ in Louisville for dinner, drinks and community time! Woo hoo! Hope to see you there, ladies!
Join us for our first CFP golf outing!
We will be putting together a golf tournament on Sunday, August 18th, 2019. The first ball will be teed off at 8 am with 10-minute tee times following. Your $75 fee will include: 18 hole green fee, cart, range, and cash prize for the winners. We will set up teams of 4, with a limit of 32 participants.
Don’t wait to sign up or you’ll miss your chance! Registration can be paid through cash, check, or Venmo to coach Julie!
In this two-day course, participants will gain practical information from top-level coaches about weightlifting technique, assessing movement, motor learning, biomechanics, effective coaching, and programming training. In addition to covering scientifically based concepts to optimize training and skill learning, a large portion of the course will be hands-on teaching and application of the complete technical progressions of the snatch, clean and jerk, and assistance lifts. Learn highly effective coaching tips and cues from our veteran weightlifting coaches, who will help you safely and effectively implement Olympic lifting movements in training weightlifters, clients, and athletes of all ages and abilities. This course balances hands-on learning, in-depth discussions of technical progressions, and science-based programming information. Gain access to proven training plans to get your athletes or clients started with Olympic lifting and enjoy the support of USAW to help you further your knowledge about training and coaching athletes. At the end of the course, participants should feel comfortable understanding and implementing a training plan, teaching beginner and intermediate athletes how to perform weightlifting movements, quickly correcting common technique errors, and employing best practices in coaching. Whether you are looking to get started coaching weightlifting, refine your coaching skills, or apply the weightlifting movements to other sports, this course is a valuable investment in your career.
Register for this course here: https://webpoint.usaweightlifting.org/wp15/Events2/ViewEvt.wp?EventID=220081