July 19th @ 10 AM
The Intuitive Strength Workshop
Spend a full day at San Jose Barbell learning intuitive training techniques that will make your training
more productive immediately (yet feel easier than it ever has), make teensy changes to your squat and
deadlift form that could lead to instant PRs, learn wild and wooly variations that will solidify your
squat, master the old-time strongman lifts, and learn efficient conditioning techniques.
On Saturday, July 19, we will be hosting a fast and furious day covering all of the above, and you will not
want to miss it. David Dellanave and Jen Sinkler of The Movement Minneapolis (full bios below) are
comin’ to town to share skills that you can apply right away for better fitness and moar strength.
Check out the jam-packed schedule below, and then CLICK HEREto sign up for the event. The event is
open to both men and women, but there are only 30 available spots and they will go in a hurry, so
10:30-11: Using Biofeedback to PR Every Day
11-12: Testing & Asymmetric Lifting for Bend & Squat
1-2: Testing & Asymmetric Lifting for Push & Pull
2-2:30: Tracking Training
2:30-4: Odd Lifts & Old-Time Strongman Lifts
4-4:30 Building Effective Conditioning Workouts
- Learn simple intuitive training techniques that will help you customize your training sessions (or your clients’ training sessions, even in group classes).
- Discover how to apply the old adage “work smarter, not harder” to your training process.
- Like it or not, you arrive at the gym asymmetrical. Between crossing your legs, standing with your weight in one foot more often, using a computer, holding children on your hip, carrying your gym bag and so on, chances are that by making small tweaks to your lifting form, you can find variations that might look odd, but work perfectly for your own unique physiology.
- Ever seen a guy with a mustache, wearing a singlet and putting huge weights overhead with one hand? Learn how you can use the secrets of the old-time strongman to unlock surprising strength. We call it “strange strength” because it’s so rare these days, but the many ranges of motion you learn to move in under load will build bulletproof bodies.
- Deadlifts and squats belong in any good program, but you’re probably missing these lesser-known variations that can speed your progress. We’ll cover the microvariations that your body may be craving, and that can help you bust through strength plateaus.
- Pushing and pulling form the foundation of powerful upper-body strength. Learn all the ins and outs of microvariations and form variations for these, as well, so you can make mad gains.
- What do you do for cardio? We do no traditional cardio, and we don’t spend endless hours on the treadmill: Instead, we lift weights faster. See how you can get better results in less time by getting your cardio effect in unconventional ways.
David Dellanave (www.dellanave.com) is the owner of The Movement Minneapolis, a revolutionary intuitive training gym that teaches clients how to apply the concept of biofeedback to their training in order to facilitate faster progress with minimal injury.
He is certified in the Gym Movement school of BioMech 1 (physique transformation) and BioMech 3 (pain resolution), and has extensively studied and practiced the information in the BioMech 2 (performance enhancement), BioPsych (improving quality of thought), and BioChem (understanding nutrition) courses.
Using skills from his first life as a computer programming nerd, he wrote the software for the superb training tracker Adaptifier.
He holds several world records, including one in the Jefferson deadlift, and his alter ego, Dellanavich from Dellanavia, has a penchant for coaching classes wearing a weightlifting singlet and speaking with a (terrible) Eastern European accent.
Jen Sinkler (www.jensinkler.com and www.liftweightsfaster.com) spent a decade asExperience Life magazine’s fitness editor and editorial director of fitness. She now writes for top fitness magazines such as Women’s Health and Men’s Health, and talks fitness, food and happy life at her personal website.
She was named one of Shape magazine’s “Top 30 Motivators of 2013″ and one of Greatist’s “100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness” and “15 Must-Read Trainers Rocking the Web in 2013.”Jen is a certified kettlebell instructor through the RKC (Level 2) and Kettlebell Athletics, and an Olympic lifting coach through USA Weightlifting; she also holds coaching certifications through Primal Move, Progressive Calisthenics (PCC), TACFIT, CrossFit and DVRT (Ultimate Sandbag).
She works with personal training clients at The Movement Minneapolis, where she also coaches a women’s-only strength class.
A rugby player for 13 years, many of those on the U.S. national 7s and 15s teams, she still enjoys any sort of sport. She is the current USAWA world record–holder in the Jefferson deadlift.