Olympic Lifting Launchpad

Olympic Lifting Launchpad

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The Olympic Lifting Launch Pad is the perfect training program for lifters who are struggling to break your plateau with shorter 6-week training cycles. This 16-week plan will enable you to build your biggest base yet. It starts with a 1 week fitness week followed by 6 weeks strength, 2-week strength technique phase followed by a 2-week technique refinement phase, and a taper week ready for your new PB.

Here's what you get:

  • EXTENSIVE EXERCISE VIDEO LIBRARY
    Never feel lost with easy to follow simple video tutorials on how to perform each exercise to achieve the greatest effect.
  • PRIVATE SUPPORT COMMUNITY
    Surround yourself with 1000's of fellow lifters to motivate, support and encourage you to succeed.
  • BONUS: MENTAL MINDSET
    Develop rock solid confidence in all aspects of your Olympic Lifting and feel strong under your next PB.
  • BONUS: WEEKLY LIVE Q&A'S
    Get all your lifting questions answered by Sonny on our weekly lives inside the support community.
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SS
07/08/2021
Sven S.
Germany Germany
Great programming for great success

I love this programm. The plan is very well structured and there are a lots of assistance exercises you won‘t do on your own and this helps a lot. Absolutely worth its money.

QL
12/05/2020
Quinn L.
New Zealand New Zealand
oly lifting launch pad

have had an injury so did the first week to see how things were. have found program starts at some manageable weights, which was good for me. cant wait to see the results after 16 weeks.

JM
12/04/2020
Jason M.
United States United States
Great

This plan, so far has a very well balance of workload and the volume of the workload per work out!

HW
11/25/2020
Hannah W.
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Olympic Lifting Launch Pad

I am doing the program 3 times a week and enjoying the mixture of movements and drills. I have been lifting for a while so understand the basic movements but it would be nice to have some key pointers in the video's or more explanation of what to focus on for each movement. I was definitely expecting a few more hints and explanations.