Weightlifting meets sprinting
2 days of practice
Improve skills such as: Snatch, Clean, Jump variations and sprinting.
Learn the principles en methodolies of strength training.
Former-olympic sprinter (London 2012), Wouter Brus will learn you about sprinting.
Learn better, togehter. we bring out the best in each other.
P= F x V
The power camp was designed based upon the idea to support, improve and optimize sports performance. Combining explosive jumps, plyometrics and sprinting is exactly how we attempt to achieve this.
We believe the quality of the movement deserves the highest priority. Even if increasing speed or power is the ultimate aim, improved skill greatly contributes to achieving it. This event will allow you to feel and experience how these skills can be developed.
The Olympic lifts can make a major contribution to sports performance. A correct implementation is imperative to achieve desirable results. The power camp extensively addresses the partial movements of the snatch and the clean & jerk. They will be viewed from the perspectives of various explosive sports. The power camp extensively discusses the step-by-step structure of these movements, also taking into consideration differences in athletes’ physical characteristics like (training) age, height and body weight.
Explosive jumps & plyometrics
The athletic foundation for sports performance is not solely strength. When doing Olympic lifts, heavy weights are being moved. However, explosive jumps require us to move less weight (our body) weight, quickly. For this reason, movements like explosive jumps show more resemblance with the physics behind most sports and are to be trained extensively. During the power camp, participants will learn the basics for these types of jumps and will gradually enhance this type of training by means of the step-by-step approach.
Day two of the power camp is all about speed. We will experience these speeds doing various types of sprints. This day will be centered around exercises for starts and acceleration. We will teach you that speed is a skill, a skill that everyone is capable of improving. Wouter Brus shares his experiences as an Olympic sprinter.
Curious about an objective evaluation of your improvement?
We can take a variety of tests.
Speed of the sprint
Height of the jump
Maximal acceleration during the clean
acceleration during the clean
For years, he was part of TeamNL Sprint. Wouter participated at the 2012 olympics, in London. After his career, he developed in the field of (sprint) coach. Although, Wouters’ personal best is 10,36sec. at the 100m sprint, his ability to teach the sprinting skills in a passionte way is maybe even more remarkable.
Fun. Inspirational. Personal.
“The combination of sprinting and lifting is fun! Definately recommended.'
‘Valuable lectures and inspiring practical sessions.’
'A weekend full of knowledge, applicable as a coach and athlete.'
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This camp combines weightlifting with a new experience: sprinting. This experience has to be in the right environnement, on the sprint track.
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