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Old 02-14-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
Leo Totten
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I have to say, I took my USAW level 1 from Coach Totten, and was very impressed.
Welcome to the board Coach.
Thanks, Sean. Look forward to working with you. Are you interested in the AOLC? Love to see you there.

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Even come closer to the Midwest, Coach?

Edit: I see one in KC, might have to consider that.
Jeff - Yeah, the KC one is all lined up. Hope you can make that one. If not,check out my website at [url]spam/url]. There is another one scheduled for July at Crown Point,IN. Details ready soon. Thanks lot. Leo

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Thanks so much Emily. I actually met up with the trainers over at Crossfit South Baltimore awhile ago and they told me the exact same thing because they used to drive up there for lifting meets, so I was already planning on emailing them there but I expected it to cost much more than 20 dollars a month which is a great deal. Thanks again.
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A question - how advanced should one be to get the most out of this class? I'm certainly no competitive weightlifter at this point, but on the other hand I'm not a total beginner by any means.
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A question - how advanced should one be to get the most out of this class? I'm certainly no competitive weightlifter at this point, but on the other hand I'm not a total beginner by any means.
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What is required to host one of these certifications Leo? I am sure one of the larger central PA boxes would be interested! I am too small or would ask!
Good question. This course is not like the courses that just use an empty bar or broomstick. We need a weight room where bars and bumper plates are available and enough space to videotape for DartFish analysis. Thanks. LEO

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Can you provide more information? Is this geared toward coaching others, or becoming more proficient at your own lifts? Also, who is the coaching staff? I noticed the class size is limited to 30 students, so I'm wondering what the student:instructor ratio is.
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Old 02-14-2013, 08:53 PM   #2
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Re: Advanced Olympic Lifting Certification (AOLC)

I have to say, I took my USAW level 1 from Coach Totten, and was very impressed.
Welcome to the board Coach.
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:52 PM   #3
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Re: Advanced Olympic Lifting Certification (AOLC)

Even come closer to the Midwest, Coach?

Edit: I see one in KC, might have to consider that.
 
Old 02-28-2013, 01:24 PM   #4
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Yes, I am definitely interested.
I might be ready for it - and have the time to dedicate to it - in the Fall.
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Old 02-28-2013, 02:35 PM   #5
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Re: Advanced Olympic Lifting Certification (AOLC)

What is required to host one of these certifications Leo? I am sure one of the larger central PA boxes would be interested! I am too small or would ask!
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:22 PM   #6
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Jeff - Yeah, the KC one is all lined up. Hope you can make that one. If not,check out my website at www.tottetrainin.com. There is another one scheduled for July at Crown Point,IN. Details ready soon. Thanks lot. Leo
A question - how advanced should one be to get the most out of this class? I'm certainly no competitive weightlifter at this point, but on the other hand I'm not a total beginner by any means.
 
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Re: Advanced Olympic Lifting Certification (AOLC)

I would be interested in one in the NY-Metro area, or anywhere within travel distance of that area.
 
 


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