Advanced Weightlifting Exercises for Improved Performance
  • Advanced Weightlifting Exercises for Improved Performance
    See demonstrations of weightlifting derivatives for improved athletic performance. Mike Conroy from USAW and Doug Berninger from the NSCA explain coaching cues and corrections so that your athletes can benefit from training in a safe and time-effective manner.
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    About the Author:

    Michael Conroy

    Michael Conroy is the Director of Coaching Education for United States of America Weightlifting (USAW).

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    About the Author:

    Doug Berninger, MEd, CSCS,*D, RSCC, NSCA Coaching Performance Coordinator/Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

    Doug Berninger received his Master’s degree in kinesiology from Bowling Green State University and has completed internships at Athletes’ Performance (Gulf Breeze), NSCA Headquarters, Olympic Training Center (Colorado Springs), and the University of Michigan. He is a competitive weightlifter with bests of 102kg in the snatch and 130kg in the clean and jerk as a 77kg lifter and has qualified to compete in the American Open for the first time this coming December.

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