Weightlifting Tekkers SOS! – Jerk Course


I can teach you how to lift really well in just 4 weeks .

I’m giving you three decades of my personal knowledge — and everything you need to know to be able to move with great technical proficiency in the jerk.

I don’t hold back anything in this course.

Every single secret, every trick, every strategy that has worked for me or for my lifters is revealed and explained in detail so you can easily model it and work alongside me to develop your own lifting.

I honestly believe this is the best information you will find anywhere about jerk technique. 

It is 100% up to date, fresh and extremely in-depth.

It’s not just a load of videos stuck together.  There is structure and methodology in how it has been constructed.  The lessons are in a logical order and provide a step by step approach to developing your lifting technique.

I believe if any programme is going to help get you moving well, it’s this one.

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Module #1

Introduction to Weightlifting Tekkers SOS!

  • An overview of what to expect from this course and how to best maximise results

Module #2

Fundamental Principles

  • All fundamental principles addressed to ensure you have a good before ploughing on
  • Understanding basic biomechanics and how best to generate force while being in the optimal positions to do so
  • Fundamental positions that many take for granted and skip by without much thought.  It is actually these principles that form the foundation for great lifting
  • After completing this section you should have great awareness to be able to implement the techniques in the next sections

 Module #3

Warm-up / Stretch Routine

  • The concept of a warm-up is one taken for granted by many and I’ve been shocked by many years of coaching people in person how few people actually know how to warm-up in a sports specific way.  Often too embarrassed to ask for guidance and something many coaches take for granted. I provide a run through of some of the exercises I used to do and what I get my lifters to do to ensure they are ready to optimise the session.
  • I walk you through a series of stretches post training to help with recovery and also show you a few examples of how to use a ‘roller’ effectively to stretch out those tight muscle groups associated with repetitive lifting including quads, hip flexors, hamstrings and glutes.

Module #4 & 5

Jerk Technique & Common Errors

  • A step-by step tutorial on how to perform;
  • Split jerk
  • Power Jerk (often referred to as a Push Jerk)
  • Squat Jerk… and why I don’t recommend this lift
  • Push Press

Module #6

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In case your questions haven’t been answered in the previous sections, you’ll find in excess of 60 short videos answering the most ‘Frequently Asked Questions’