Why is this online video course a must for you?
In these online video courses I teach you everything you need to know to create training plans for every age group and for every training level. Further I teach how to integrate general strength training/fitness and general fitness programs in your weekly training plan. You will know exactly what weekly volume, maximum – and average intensity per exercise to use for what experience group. Finally I will create a training plan together with you for level 3 and level 4 and show you each and every step of the planning for each exercise, each training session and each training week of the Macro Cycle and I explain each time in detail the how and the why of the choices that I make.
I also show you how you can use exactly the same methods for planning the strength training for athletes of other sports.
We offer courses for level 3 and for level 4 (high performance training) as online video courses together with a course book and downloads for various programming sheets in Excel for each level for you to use. In the Netherlands we offer also our course Olympic Weightlifting Coach Level 1-2 in group sessions. Our course books come with many complete training plans for a complete Macro Cycle from the first training session until the competition itself.
You cannot find this knowledge on the internet, nor in books. This is why these courses are so unique. If you are really serious about becoming an outstanding weightlifting coach, or strength coach these courses are for you.
Meet the trainer Remco Eenink
Remco is in the possession of the A License (High Performance Coaching License Level 4) from the German Olympic Weightlifting Federation and is also an IWF certified Olympic Weightlifting coach. He has also been a Member of the Technical & Scientific Committee for Coaching & Science of the European Weightlifting Federation (EWF) 2012 – 2016, and president of the European Union Weightlifting Confederation (EUWC).
In the Netherlands, Remco is the only Olympic Weightlifting coach who holds a German A license.
Remco himself has been an active weightlifter for nearly 20 years, part of which also as a coach of the Olympic Weightlifting Club in Assen in the late sixties and early 70s. Remco, born 16-07 – 1947, started at 18 years old with Olympic weightlifting and founded the Olympic Weightlifting Club KSA in Assen. It existed until 1974.