- INSTRUCTIONAL INFORMATION FOR BOX GYM'S & OLYMPIC LIFTING
- LAMINATED POSTER Description: Olympic lifting can best be described as a coordinated effort of muscle strength, flexibility and speed to lift a loaded olympic barbell from ground to overhead quickly and with proper form in one of two ways; the Snatch or the Clean and Jerk. While both lifts are complex, the Snatch is more advanced and technical than the Clean and Jerk (broken down into two separate lifts).
- EASY TO FOLLOW: Clear & Percise Start/Finish Positions
- WORKSOUT YOUR ENTIRE BODY: Exercises for Your Entire Body | Upper, Lower & Core Body Workouts
- TRANSFORM YOUR BODY: Build Muscle | Tone & Tighten Your Body | Develop your Six Pack | Improve Strength & Posture | Created and designed by fitness experts
LAMINATED OLYMPIC LIFTS POSTER This poster (Olympic Lifts) is meant to be part 2 of 2 along with your 9 Foundational Movements being the intro to Olympic Lifting .
EASY TO FOLLOW STEPS:Get a Full Body Workout with Both Upper and Lower Extremities Exercises.
BURN CALORIES Doing HIT or HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is one of the Best Methods for Burning Calories Quickly.
LEARN TECHNIQUES TO MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY & SAFETY: Torso Stabilization is Key to Proper Body Positioning.
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The reason you will find our fitness posters in Community Centers, Hospitals, Clinics, High Schools and Military installations is we work to a higher standard. Quality is important.
- Our posters are designed and created by fitness experts with University degrees in Exercise Physiology and Human Kinetics.
- We put a lot of thought into providing safe, efficient exercises while also educating users on proper exercise technique and terminology.
- In order for the images to be precise, we only use personal trainers or aspiring exercise physiologists who have an understanding of proper body positioning (proprioception) to be fitness models. Experience has told us you cannot replicate proper form using non-fitness models.
- Posters are printed on 100lb. gloss paper and then laminated for durability.
BTW: At one point we considered using DRAWINGS instead of real life models as a cost saving measure, but found it was difficult to convey the nuances of safe, effective body movement and positioning.