Barbell Cycling

Improve technique, strength, and conditioning. Learn to perform multiple reps of barbell movements safely, efficiently, and effectively

CrossFit Preferred Course

Course Details

Barbell cycling refers to multiple reps of Olympic Weightlifting movements (snatches, cleans, jerks) and their variants, but other movements such as deadlifts and thrusters can also be included. Our approach to barbell cycling is simple. It is based on the fundamentals of stance, grip, and positions. Combined with athlete and coaching experience that has produced consistent results for athletes in CrossFit affiliates for over a decade and repeated success at the highest levels of the CrossFit Games, this course is truly unique. Our goal for this course is to teach athletes how to perform multiple reps of barbell movements safely, efficiently, and effectively. We use barbell cycling for three primary purposes: to improve technique, strength, and conditioning. There is nothing else quite like it!

FAQ

Adam Neiffer and Cody Looney will be leading the course. Adam and Cody have both been CrossFit affiliate owners for 12+ years at CrossFit Fort Vancouver and CrossFit Advantage. Both are Level 3 Certified CrossFit Trainers and members of the Burgener Strength Team. Cody is also a USA Weightlifting National Coach and the Director of Coach Development at Burgener Strength. Adam is a 10-time CrossFit Games Team athlete, Coach of Team USA at the 2017 CrossFit Invitational, and coach of the 2021 Fittest Man on Earth, Justin Medeiros.
Barbell Cycling is for anyone interested in getting better at performing multiple reps of barbell movements. If you’ve ever considered how to adapt optimal technique for a one rep max clean & jerk into the most efficient approach for multiple reps in a CrossFit workout like “Grace,” this course is for you. Regardless of your experience level or ability, you’ll learn strategies to improve your movement and performance.
We’ll spend a full day (9:00 AM – 3:15 PM) diving deep into the details of barbell cycling. The course includes some lecture, discussion and video analysis, but is primarily movement-focused. Athletes can expect to learn by seeing, doing, and being coached. We’ll finish the day with some “practical application” to put your new skills into practice (a barbell cycling-focused workout)!
Grounded in the 50 years of coaching that has made Burgener Strength the standard in weightlifting instruction, our approach to barbell cycling is simple. It is based on the fundamentals of stance, grip, and positions. Combined with athlete and coaching experience that has produced consistent results for athletes in CrossFit affiliates for over a decade and repeated success at the highest levels of the CrossFit Games, this course is truly unique. There is nothing else quite like it!
Our goal for this course is to teach athletes how to perform multiple reps of barbell movements safely, efficiently, and effectively. We use barbell cycling for three primary purposes: to improve technique, strength, and conditioning.
Barbell Cycling means doing multiple reps of a barbell movement. Typically, barbell cycling refers to multiple reps of Olympic Weightlifting movements (snatches, cleans, jerks) and their variants, but other movements such as deadlifts and thrusters can also be included.

Additional Details

There are no prerequisites for this course.

The default language for this course is English. In countries where there is a language barrier, a translator will be provided for real time translation in the lecture and small-group practical sessions.

Currently there are no Continuing Education Units for this course.

-Regular Price: $299

-Due to the large quantity of courses scheduled, Burgener Strength does not accommodate refunds or transfers.

-Please email info@burgenerstrength.com to inquire about available discounts for:

  • Active duty or retired (upon 20 years of service or permanent medical retirement):

    1. military personnel;

    2. first responders;

    3. law enforcement personnel.

  • Groups of 5 or more people.

Please contact Adam at neifferadam@gmail.com or (360) 989-7765 for more info. on the Burgener Strength Barbell Cycling Course.

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