Olympic weightlifting consists of two lifts: the snatch and the clean-and-jerk. From beginners to those familiar with these Olympic lifts, our program provides a positive and encouraging environment for all skill levels. We focus on technique, as well as various accessory exercises to help improve timing, coordination, and efficiency under the barbell.
CrossFit Posted is proud to announce our new Barbell Club!
Barbell club is a specialized program designed to improve strength, technique, efficiency, and confidence with a barbell through high-end coaching and structured programming specific to weightlifting movements and surrounded by a support group to help members reach their goals.
- Learn and improve basic concepts of the squat, deadlift and pressing—all of which are utilized in the Olympic lifts
- Improve overall strength, performance and capacity with the barbell
- Become more confident with the snatch and clean & jerk through step-by-step progressions
- Learn essential cues to address common weightlifting faults
- 90-minute structured classes led by a Barbell Club coach
- 6-week session with each week’s programming progressing on the lifts and load
- Classes will be held 2 times per week Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30pm
- There will be a deload week off before our next 6-week session begins
- Max capacity is 15 participants per 6-week session—this ensures everyone will get quality coaching and attention to ensure proper progressions and cues
- Non-Members: $130 per 6-week session
- ~25% off for CrossFit Posted Members: $100 for 6-week session
Barbell Club will specialize to improve strength and capacity in barbell lifts. Each day will focus on different lifts to ensure varied components in the programming.
Strength-based, working on bettering the powerlifts (squat/Press/Deadlift), while also implementing additional accessory work to supplement the demand of these bigger lifts.
Focus on the snatch, working on positional work and maintaining quality technique to better overall movement (progressing and regressing relative to the athlete’s tolerance and skill level).
Incorporate work on cleans, working on positional work and maintaining quality technique to better overall movement (progressing and regressing relative to the athlete’s tolerance and skill level).