Podium Up Weightlifting Club
The Podium Up Weightlifting Club is the competitive Olympic Weightlifting Team for CrossFit Wylie and CrossFit Torva. Podium Up training has produced a number of National Level Senior, Junior, and Youth athletes. With multiple current State and National Record holders, including one International level Junior lifter.
Coach Coker is also one of the primary coaches for Power and Grace Performance, one of the premier weightlifting teams in the United States. As such CrossFit Wylie is national training site for the team and our top level weightlifters typically continue on to lift for the P&G team at national events.
Weightlifters are allowed to train during any Class or Open Gym. A dedicated coach is available on the following schedule:
Monday – 6:00PM
Tuesday – 5:00PM
Wednesday – 6:00PM
Friday & Saturday Varies
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Private Training Rates
$30 for 30 min
$60 for 1 hour
$250 for 5 hours (50/hr)
$450 for 10 hours (45/hr)
Discounts Available for groups
Weightlifting Technique Cycle
Adult Olympic Weightlifting Technique Cycles (Ages 15+)
– 2 Classes per week for 7 Weeks
– Limit 8 Per Class
These classes are for all levels, and open to everyone but is the same level of training that has developed multiple National level weightlifters and National Record breaking lifts. We focus on proper movement and technique in the Snatch and Clean & Jerk, increasing safety, strength, efficiency, and enjoyment! The cycle lasts 8 weeks and is guaranteed to improve your lifts.
Youth Olympic Weightlifting Technique Cycles (Ages 8-15)
– Three Weeks
– Broken Down by Age
– Class Size Limited
This class will focus on teaching proper technique and discipline within the sport of Olympic Weightlifting. We will focus on the primary lifts, the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk; as well as the primary accessory lifts such as the squat, deadlift, press, etc. We will have a maximum of 4 kids in each group, and will not allow any distractions. The intent is to not only teach proper movement but includes emphasis of proper training etiquette, safety procedures, competition rules, and more.