Skill Specific Training

TITAN offers training for student athletes and adults that are looking for proper form and technique from basic to complex movements. TITAN Coaches use over 25 plus years of experience in the fitness industry to develop specific programs to help athletes and individuals perform body-weight, Olympic, power-lifting, kettle bell, dumbbell, speed, agility, and mobility the safe and correct way.

These specific training courses are designed to reduce the risk of injury while increasing strength, power, free space body control, and speed and mobility.

Body-weight:

Controlling your body in free space with proper training is the key to an active lifestyle that will prolong activity and last a lifetime.

 Push-ups- The majority of the population perform the push up incorrectly and increase the likelihood of injury over time. With our training keys, you will learn to do a push-up using proper biomechanics and minimize likelihood of injury.

Sit-ups- A simple body weight exercise that is performed incorrectly due to poor training at a young age.  Learn the “Do’s and Dont’s” in performing a sit-up.

Squats- One of the most basic movements that get us in and out of chairs on a daily basis but with little to no training this is done incorrectly.  Learn the keys to squatting whether sitting or picking something up off the floor and protect your ankles, knees, hips, and spine.

Olympic Lifting:

an athletic discipline in the modern Olympic training program in which the athlete attempts a maximum-weight single lift of a barbell loaded with weight plates.

Dead-lift: The basic of all lifts where a loaded barbell or bar is lifted off the ground to the level of the hips, then lowered to the ground under control.

Clean: The clean is an explosive lower-body powered movement that lifts a weight from a lower position to a higher position which is called the “Rack” position at the chest or shoulder height.

Clean & Jerk:  A composite of two weightlifting movements, starting with a barbell in the dead-lift position. Following a properly executed clean and reset, the jerk is the second movement to be performed. During the jerk the lifter raises the barbell to a stationary position directly above the head while dropping the body down in a “Catch” position. The lift is finished in an upright position with straight arms and legs

Snatch: The object of the snatch is to lift the barbell from the ground to overhead in one continuous motion while using legs and hips to get the weight moving in a forceful motion up while dropping the body down under the weight and receiving the bar in an overhead “Catch” position. Then standing to an upright position with straight arms and legs.

Power Lifting:

A strength sport that consists of three attempts at maximal weight on three lifts: squat, bench press, and dead-lift.

Squat: The lift starts with the lifter standing erect and the bar loaded with weights resting on the lifter’s shoulders. The lifter creates a break in the hips, bends his knees and drops into a squatting position with the hip crease (the top surface of the leg at the hip crease) below the top of the knee. The lifter then returns to an erect position.

Bench press: With the athlete’s back resting on the bench, the lifter takes the loaded bar at arm’s length. The lifter lowers the bar to the chest. When the bar becomes motionless on the chest, the lift is completed as the weight is returned to the rack.

Dead-lift: The athlete grasps the loaded bar which is resting on the floor. The lifter pulls the weights off the floor and assumes an erect position. The knees must be locked and the shoulders back, with the weight held in the lifter’s grip. After lockout, the bar will be returned to the floor under the control of the lifter.

 

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