WHY SHOULD I ATTEND A TRAINING CAMP?

To be a succesful weightlifter you need to build a strong foundation of strength, speed, flexibility and technical mastery and in the camp we will start building that foundation. Weightlifting technique especially is crucially important but it’s immensely difficult to learn without expert coaching, which is why great attention is paid to correcting and perfecting the technique. If you are serious about your training, if you want to improve and you are willing to work for it then this training camp is for you.

Are there any minimum requirements?

Besides the minimum requirements listed below you need good command of the English language, to be injury free and able to do all weightlifting exercises without accompanying pain and to not be a beginner as the camp calls for hard work that you need to be conditioned for. The most important criteria for participation, however, is coachability, ie. your attitude. It’s paramount that you come to learn and that you are willing to work hard.

Minimum requirements for men: 60kg snatch and 80kg clean & jerk.
Minimum requirements for women: 45kg snatch and 60kg clean & jerk.

HOW DO I SIGN UP?

You sign up by choosing your preferred camp in Training Camp Calendar and send an email via the contact form stating:

  1. The specific camp you wish to attend.
  2. Your name, age and gender.
  3. Your 1RM in snatch and clean & jerk.

DETAILS

WEIGHTLIFTING 101 TRAINING CAMP - CALENDAR

4-7th of January 2018, Berlin, Germany.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: Myleo CrossFit.
Two available spots.

11-14th of January 2018, Berlin, Germany.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: Myleo CrossFit.
Two available spots.

25-28th of January 2018, Hyeres, France.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: CrossFit Hyeres.
Fully booked.

1-4th of February 2018, Hyeres, France.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: CrossFit Hyeres.
Two available spots.

8-11th of February 2018, Graz, Austria.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: CrossFit Graz.
Two available spots.

15-18th of February 2018, Bilzen, Belgium.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: CrossFit Bilzen.
Two available spots.

29/03-01/04 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – First Timers.
Host: CrossFit Copenhagen - Trykkeriet.
Ten available spots.

4-8th of April 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – Returners.
Host: CrossFit Copenhagen - Trykkeriet.
Six available spots.

12-15th of April 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Weightlifting101 Training Camp – Beginners.
Host: CrossFit Copenhagen - Trykkeriet.
Nine available spots.

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Weightlifting 101 Training Camp - First Timers

The training camp consists of one group of up to twelwe people, which is run through two to three hard training sessions from Thursday to Sunday. The training starts early in the morning and continue to the afternoon with scheduled breaks for food and recovery. The exact timetable varies depending on the gym hosting the camp and the exact program is not revealed in advance as every group of participants is different from one another and thereby neccessitates different programming and individuel adjustments.

The price of participation is 500 euros paid via PayPal and the participant is himself/herself responsible for accommodation, transportation and food.

When the camp is fully booked a Facebook group message will be created by Erik Lau Kelner of Weightlifting 101 and all the participants added and asked to post their email address so a PayPal invoice can be send to them. The participant confirms his/her participation by paying the invoice, which has a deadline of ten days. There is a strict no-refunds policy.  

If you have never attended a Weightlifting101 Training Camp before this is the place to start. The overwhelming focus in this camp is on identifying technical mistakes and on correcting them using the Weightlifting101 Method and to instill discipline and work ethics so as to reap the full benefits of each session.

To participate you need good command of the English language; to be injury free and able to do all weightlifting exercises without accompanying pain and to not be a beginner as the camp calls for hard work that you need to be conditioned for. The most important criteria for participation is coachability, ie. your attitude. It’s paramount that you come to learn and to work hard in order to improve. This training camp is heavily oriented on learning by doing and only a limited amount of time will be spend talking about theory.

If you are interested in attending, please have a look at the Training Camp Calendar and send an email to info@weightlifting101.net stating the specific camp you would like to attend along with your name, gender, age and 1RM snatch and clean & jerk.

If a particular camp is fully booked you can still write an email and get on the waiting list in which case you’ll be notified if a spot becomes available.

 

Weightlifting 101 Training Camp - Returners

The training camp consists of one group of up to twelwe people, which is run through two to three hard training sessions from Thursday to Sunday. The training starts early in the morning and continue to the afternoon with scheduled breaks for eating and recovery. The exact timetable varies depending on the box in which the camp takes place. The price of participation is 500 euros paid via PayPal and the participant is himself/herself responsible for accommodation, transportation and food. When the camp is fully booked a Facebook group message will be created by Erik Lau Kelner of Weightlifting 101 and all the participants added  and asked to post their email address so a PayPal invoice can be send to them. The participant confirms his/her participation by paying the invoice, which has a deadline of ten days. There is a strict no-refunds policy.  

 

Weightlifting101 Training Camp - Returners is for the athlete that have already attended at least one training camp of mine in the past and is looking to take it to the next level. In this camp the technical level is higher; the participants are familiar with my style of coaching and my technical vision; they are all hard workers and hungry for improving and testing themselves. The higher level among the participants allow for more work to be done and for the programming to be both heavier and more technically challenging that in a First Timers Camp where the focus is on the basics.

To participate you need good command of the English language, to be injury free and able to do all weightlifting exercises without accompanying pain and to have participated in at least one Weightlifting101 Training Camp - First Timers.

If you are interested in attending, please have a look at the Training Camp Calendar and send an email to info@weightlifting101.net stating the specific camp you would like to attend. If all camps are fully booked you can still write an email and get on the waiting list for either a specific camp or for similar camps in the future.