04 Jun RT 069 | Wil Fleming on Developing Explosive Athletes
Wil is a sports performance coach and co-owner of Force Fitness and Performance in Bloomington, Indiana.
This is a valuable, rapid fire interview discussing how to improve athletic performance with Olympic weightlifting.
Here’s some of what you’ll learn in this week’s show:
- Why Wil thinks Olympic weightlifting is such a valuable training method for athletes, as well as the general population
- Ways that weightlifting translates to sports
- Hear about different styles of weightlifting to help determine what may be the best approach for you
- How he assesses movement prior to getting started with the barbell lifts
- Specific tips and tactics to maximize performance
- The difference between proficiency and mastery
- How quickly we can be proficient with Olympic weightlifting and the single most important factor
- His thoughts on high rep weightlifting
- Is Olympic weightlifting dangerous? – His thoughts
- The best way to get started
- And, much more great insight and knowledge from Wil.
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To find out more about Wil Fleming, check out WilFleming.com.
Here are 2 of the books Wil mentioned in this week’s interview.
Strength and Conditioning: Biological Principles and Practical Applications by Marco Cardinale
Power Training by Robert Dos Remedios
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