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Get Stronger, Move Better
Be confident and proud of your technique going into competition by learning new cues for specific lifts that will dial in your pulls and catches.
Improve your bar speed and pulling power off the floor to send weight
Use a myriad of variations in your training to pin point problems areas in your technique and weaknesses in your lifts.
Build massive squats, pulls, and jerks to be able to stand up with any weight.
Dane knows his athletes, He knows how to programming and get the most out the athletes that he trains. It’s a skill that many try to master but only a select few ever really achieve.
- Ryan H
The first month of my program was spent working mostly on technique in each of the lifts. I was able to send videos to the coaches of my movement and they would respond very quickly with their notes. Would recommend to anyway looking to improve their weightlifting.
- Wesley T
I love this program, not only did i build some extra muscle and were sore for a few days, i increased my numbers to the same that i had before i stopped lifting 2 years ago. It is a great starting program, especially after some time off from lifting. Looking forward into purchasing the next program.
- Wouter S
Just looked at week one, and all exercises increased by 8-10kg over the course of this cycle. I was just looking at my old training journal, and I’ve PRd nearly 20x since starting with you. The old coach had me doing 5s on backsquat at 112, and a few weeks ago I hit a top set at 150, kinda crazy, tons of improvements.
- Anna B
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