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Whether you’ve just started working out, or you’re looking to add strength training to your established workout routine, weightlifting is anything but simple. Let’s face it, knowing which muscles to engage during which movement can be confusing, and you may worry about proper form or if you have the strength to pull it off. It’s true that weightlifting can appear intimidating, but with guidance from our top tier personal trainers in our Central gym, the once confusing world of strength training will soon feel as natural as breathing. 

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Chinese weightlifting always has a leading advantage in the Olympic Games. China team has repeatedly achieved good results in most of international competitions. The success in this sport is created by its profound weightlifting culture, sound and systematic system, timely and reiterated scientific training.

Weightlifting is a type of strength training that combines very technical movement with speed and power. The two competition lifts are the snatch and the clean and jerk.  It’s highly recommended that beginners should start to learn weightlifting from a professional coach.

The prerequisites of weightlifting:
1. Proper squat and deadlift skills. 
2. A good mobility for technique learning.


The 4 general breakdowns of weightlifting training:
1. Starting position and the 1st pull
2. Path of barbell
3. triple extension
4. receiving technique

Beginners can try the complete movement when they have good technique in breakdowns. It generally takes 3 months to learn the basic movements, and then slowly evolve to systematic training for performance.

STAYFIT provides a complete and professional training ladder with professional equipment used in Olympic competition. We have experienced weightlifting coaches who provide personal training for the fundamentals, and Chinese Olympic weightlifters for advance lessons in our world class gym in Central.

If you want to learn how to weightlift like a pro, come to STAYFIT. We provide you with the best.

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