Paradigm Sport presents, Optimizing the Big 3 Seminar!
Greg Robins will be delivering his one-day seminar, Optimizing the Big 3 alongside fellow Cressey Sport Performance Coach Tony Bonvechio. This event is a great chance for strength and conditioning professionals to learn from the best, as well as for athletes who have an interest in improving the squat, bench press, and deadlift.
Optimizing the Big 3 is a one-day seminar geared towards those looking to improve the squat, bench press, and deadlift. Split into both a lecture and hands-on format, the event will provide attendees with practical coaching on the techniques of the classic power lifts, as well as valuable information on how to specialize movement preparation, utilize supplementary movements, and organize their training around a central focus: improved strength in these "big three" movements. Furthermore, Greg and his team will touch upon the lessons learned in preparation for your first few meets to help you navigate everything from equipment selection to meet-day logistics.
The value in learning from Greg is a matter of perspective. He has a wealth of knowledge and has insight stemming from various experiences as a coach and lifter. Greg will effectively shed light on how he has applied movement principles, athletic performance modalities, and anecdotal evidence from working with a wide variety of different populations to one main goal: optimizing the technique, health, and improvements in the strength of amateur lifters.
About the Presenter
Greg Robins is a strength and conditioning coach at Cressey Sports Performance. In addition to co-authoring The Specialization Success Guide, he has been published in Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Juggernaut Training Systems, EliteFTS, and T-Nation. As a raw competitive powerlifter, Greg has competition bests of 560 squat, 335 bench press, and 625 deadlift for a 1520 total.
Note: We'll be capping the number of participants to ensure that there is a lot of presenter/attendee interaction – particularly during the hands-on workshop portion – so be sure to register early, as the previous offerings have both sold out well in advance of the early-bird registration deadline.