Schedule of my seminars

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Shreveport, USA
Shreveport, USA
Crossfit SBC
23-24 of November 2019
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USA, Greenville
USA, Greenville
Crossfit Reaction
11-12 of January 2020
Contact: (864) 735-0399
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USA, Gainesville
USA, Gainesville
Go Primal Fitness
25-26 of January 2020
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Mexico, Cancun
Mexico, Cancun
CrossFit Revolver
08-09 of February 2020
Address: Mexico, Cancun
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Fasano, Italy
Fasano, Italy
Egnazia Crossfit
21-22 of March 2020
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Italy, Milano
Italy, Milano
CrossFit Ripamonti
28-29 of March 2020
Contact: 02-45409746
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Spain, Palma de Malorca
Spain, Palma de Malorca
URBAN Weightlifting Club 
9-10 May 2020
Contact: 678467898
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Basel, Switzerland
Basel, Switzerland
CrossFit HelvetiX
16-17 May 2020
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Albertville, France
Albertville, France
CrossFit Albertville
30-31 of May 2020
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Germany
Germany
CrossFit IN Town AC
06-07 June 2020
Address: Germany
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Vasteras, Sweden
Vasteras, Sweden
CrossFit Walleye
21-22 of June 2020
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Verona, Italy
Verona, Italy
CrossFit Overfront
11-12 of July 2020
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Czech, Ostrava
Czech, Ostrava
Colliery CrossFit
29-30 of August 2020
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Germany
Germany
CrossFit IN Town AC
26-27 of September 2020
Address: Germany
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Lebanon, Bkennaya
Lebanon, Bkennaya
The Gym By Mike Sport
27-28 June 2020
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MY APPROACH to SEMINARS

Nobody can teach Olympic weightlifting in just a few days, but the main objective is to share my 16 years' of experience in this sport during a 2-day workshop.
The experience of victories and fails, mistakes and discoveries, various ways of learning and training, all of which I have learned from my coaches and teammates.
A very common question is: "What will my competitive preparation look like?". The best and only way to understand the preparatory process is to attend the training camp, where you can learn to understand yourself and become intimately familiar with the weights we use.I have structured the program of the workshop in the following way:
first, all the athletes watch me performing the fundamental exercises,
then we study the biomechanical basis of the Olympic weightlifting exercises,
During my 16 years of training, I have spent over 80% of my time in training camps, and there is no better way to understand it, feel it, breathe it and live it.and only then do we proceed to practice, paying attention to every movement and linking them to form a complete one.
I believe this integrated approach is the most effective and efficient way to hone one's skills.
I want to share my knowledge and experience in order to help athletes avoid these mistakes that I have made along my sports path. It will give you the opportunity to learn Olympic weightlifting safely, enjoying the workouts and weights for years to come!

If you have any questions, ask Aleksey