Master the Fundamentals of Weightlifting Movements

Health, Wellness & Fitness
Online Micro Course

Weightlifting is one of the most versatile tools in strength training. In order to avoid injuries, it is crucial that the techniques are executed correctly. In this course, we will go through the critical foundations of weightlifting movements.

Skills you gain

What is the history of weightlifting?

What qualities of strength you can develop with weightlifting?

What are the foundational weightlifting movements and the critical technical main points?

What effective supplemental lifts you can use to strengthen the whole body?

What does the weightlifting programming base on?


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10 hours

Jouni Korhonen

12,99 €

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Master the Fundamentals of Weightlifting Movements

12,99 €

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  • Everyone interested in the topic
  • English

This Micro Course consists of 5 parts which include videos, links, and activating tasks. Please read the disclaimer.

Achieving a certificate

This Micro Course is assessed on the scale Pass/Fail. Receiving a certificate via email requires completing all mandatory activities, and at least 50% of them correctly.

Does this Micro Course interest you? This is what to do!

  1. Click on the Add to Cart button.
  2. Pay for the Course according to the online store instructions.
  3. You’ll receive emails from Edufication. If buying for the first time, please follow the link in order to change your password.
  4. Go to your Edufication Learner Profile and proceed to the Claned learning platform, take the Course within 6 months and enjoy learning new.

About the instructor

Jouni Korhonen

Jouni Korhonen, Master of Sport Science. Jouni walked into a gym for the first time in 1994 and has over 20 years of expertise in the fitness and sports industry. He has worked as a lecturer, instructor, and a coach, and still continues the tireless pursuit of teaching and coaching the critical basics of strength training.

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