Getting Back to Baseline: Preparing for Weightlifting After a Hiatus

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Getting back to baseline: Preparing for Weightlifting after a hiatus

Taking a long break from lifting can cause the return to lifting to be quite confusing and difficult. You likely have many questions:

· Where do I start?

· How do I progress?

· Can I jump back into my old percentages?

· What lifts should I choose?

We will cover all of these questions in this COMPLIMENTARY short course helping you return to lifting safely and efficiently. In addition to this, you receive the presentation materials along with additional Eleiko Education Resources.

Learning Objectives

  • Knowing what considerations to take before getting started
  • How to manipulate volume and intensity
  • What sets/reps to use for an example program getting back
  • Which exercises will be ideal for getting back to your baseline

Course Content

Getting Back to Baseline

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About Eleiko Education

At Eleiko, we uniquely blend our free weight equipment with powerful education to deliver strength programs that get results – for you, your clients and your facility. Eleiko raises the bar for education delivering an array of programs effectively combining in-depth written course content with a hands-on emphasis on lifting proficiency, program development, and becoming a better coach. The offerings range from multi-day LIVE courses to these online modules, workshops and courses addressing specific areas of strength training such as programming for optimized immunity (performance), tactical programming considerations and strategies for getting into weightlifting for the first time or after a long break. We will soon be offering full courses including Eleiko Weightlifting Level 1, Powerlifting Level 1, and Functional Training Level 1.