DECONSTRUCTING THE DEADLIFT taught by strength and mobility coach (and deadlift fanatic) Dan Jones!
The deadlift is thought to be one of the best and most functional exercises a person can do. Unfortunately, in the overly saturated fitness industry – and with the help of Youtube and Google – everyone has become their own “researcher”. For the inexperienced, it’s hard to know what to do and what not to do, making performing exercises like the deadlift complicated, and therefore dangerous. In this 3 hour workshop, Dan aims to simplify the deadlift for all lifters from beginners to coaches, and even seasoned powerlifters as well.
This workshop is highly recommended by Human 2.0 owner and orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Chris. Everyone should know how to “lift stuff properly” in order to prevent injury, and that’s exactly what the deadlift is designed to do.
Who is this workshop for?
- Fitness enthusiasts interested in learning or learning more about the deadlift
- Those who have plateaued
- Those looking for technique analysis
What is it?
- Conventional vs Sumo and when to use which style
- Warm-up and accessory drills
- How to personalize your set-up
- Common deficiencies and fixes
- Introduction to programming
- Coaching cues
- Basic anatomy and biomechanics
What you get?
- Doctor recommended 3 hour educational workshop teaching you the most effective and efficient way to learn and train the deadlift
- Learn tools and knowledge to improve deadlift technique, prevent lifting injuries, add weight to your PR’s, get over a plateau, and coach any athlete
Topics will include:
- risk factors/causes of injury
- mechanism of injury
- hamstring health concepts
- mobility training
- proper warm-up and cool-down
WHERE: at our Human 2.0 facility
ABOUT COACH DAN (BPHE):
Strength and Mobility Coach, Human 2.0
Head Coach, Ottawa Tactical Paramedics
FRCms, FMS Level 1, Adaptive Body Work Level 1
Daniel is a graduate of Sport and Physical Education from Laurentian University. He has 15+ years of experience in sports and fitness coaching allowing him to develop his own teaching style which he bases around education. His key areas of interest include, powerlifting, kettlebells and mobility training.
He has worked with hundreds of athletes from the recreational to elite levels, sports to tactical, and coached 2 athletes to the 2012 Special Olympics Powerlifting Provincial Games. He is passionate towards the development of physical literacy, skill acquisition and movement consciousness and believes in helping his clients/students put intention back into their movements.
*Come prepared to work, with appropriate gym attire and water bottle.