Calle Dublín, 5, 28232
Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain
Date/Times: Saturday June 10 (10am-5pm)
Spots Available: maximum 24
Overhead Positioning & Squat Technique
Pulling & Catching the Snatch in Ideal Positions
Setting up the Jerk
Front Rack Position
Pulling & Catching the Clean in Ideal Positions
Front Squat Technique & Shoulder/Wrist Mobility
Movement Philosophy & Gymnastics: Being Healthy vs. Competing
Shoulder Health Warm Up & Basic Individual Mobility
Assessment Into Stretches/Corrective Exercises.
Bar Work (breakdown + drills of every movement in CF)
Ring Work - Complete breakdown of muscle up mechanics *common mistakes
Handstand Work (drills, structure recognition, HSPU positioning for different variations, supplemental exercises)
1 FREE Block of Monkey-Method™ Gymnastics Programming (5 weeks)**send email to firstname.lastname@example.org after attending clinic for instructions on how to redeem free block of Monkey Method
INSTRUCTORS AT A GLANCE:
DAVE DURANTE is a multiple time USA gymnastics national champion and was part of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Team as alternate. After retiring from competition, David helped coach his alma mater, Stanford University, to an NCAA Team Title in 2009 and has continued to be a part of the sport through his position on the Athlete Advisory Committee with the United States Olympic Committee as well as his position on the USA Gymnastics Men's Technical Committee. Dave leads Team Power Monkey which is comprised of elite athletes and coaches who help design new equipment, provide gymnastics education to the fitness world, and coach at Power Monkey's bi-annual training Camp. Dave was a lead coach with the CrossFit Gymnastics L1 course from 2013-2015. He also wrote and developed the CrossFit Gymanstics Advanced Course. He lives in NYC with his wife Sadie and coaches at CrossFit Solace.
MIKE CERBUS competed in the sport of Weightlifting at an elite national level from 2005-2014 . He has medalled at 3 National Championships and 5 American Open Championships, taking out the title in 2011 as American Open Champion, while also being selected to the United States Pan American & Olympic Qualification Teams in 2012.
His competitive accomplishments and growth as a coach have been made possible by developing under Senior International Coach Lou DeMarco and as a training specialist from 2011-2013 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs under Zygmunt Smalcerz.
Since 2009 Mike has been instructing athletes of all levels across the United States and world. This immersion into the fitness world has allowed him to adapt weightlifting principles and instruction in order to best meet the needs of those most beginner levels up to elite competitors looking to refine their movements.