Personal Training

Personal training is focused on covering multiple facets of physical and mental performance. You can expect personalized workouts, mental training and emotional trauma relief. Each session is designed to address any specific fitness goals – competitive, maintain, excel, and/or personal – including rehabilitation from injuries or inefficiencies. Our aim is to connect the mind and body through movements. This cannot happen without teaching how to develop the mental toughness needed to preserve the emotional hardships of day-to-day life.

Read more about our Mobility * Movement * Mental Training.

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Olympic Weightlifting

Lion’s Pride Weightlifting Barbell Club follows training cycles with a variety of exercises to improve both Olympic lifts (Snatch and Clean & Jerk). Program participants include all ranges: beginner level, competitive lifters and functional fitness athletes. If you’re looking to pursue competitive lifting, increase strength, refine your technique or looking to move and feel better, this program is for you.

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Speed & Agility Training

Sports athletes (and definitely multi-sport athletes) who want to play at the next level need individualized training to ensure they are performing the right exercises in order to enhance their performance and minimize the possibility of injury. Whether you wish to bulk up for football, gain speed / become more agile for basketball or maximizing your coordination for passing a soccer ball, LPW trainers are ready for you!

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Meet Coach Jordan

5 years working as Director of Fitness and Head Performance Coach
Bachelors in Exercise Science
CrossFit L-1 certification
USA Weightlifting L1
Certified Functional Strength Coach
Functional Movement Systems

Youth Training

The LPW Youth Training program is an introduction to Olympic Weightlifting for students age 10-17. Mobility, movement and mental training will be the focus of learning the OLY lifts, accessory strength work and agility exercises will be utilized. The methodologies learned are geared toward helping our youth build habits to instill healthy life practices. We want to foster a greater community of young people who support each other through quality movement and teamwork.

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