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IKAIKA Workouts Week of 1/29/24

A vibrant depiction of Olympic weightlifting workouts at IKAIKA Fitness, showcasing strength, technique, and community spirit in Durham, NC.

Monday Workouts:

SWEAT 1/29/24

Olympic Lifts Week 2

Snatch Practice

6 EMOM

3 x (D&U + Elbows High Elbows + Muscle Snatch)

CONDITIONING

4 AMRAP

5 Burpees

10 Hang Snatch

15 V-Ups

-Rest 1:00-

4 AMRAP

10 Burpees

20 Hang Snatch

15 V-Ups

-Rest 1:00-

4 AMRAP

15 Burpees

30 Hang Snatch

15-Vups

Tuesday WOD:

SWEAT 1/30/24

Squat Practice

6 EMOM

10 X Box Squats

CONDITIONING

3 Rounds

90 Jumping Jacks

30 OH Squats

15 Shoulder Taps

Wednesday WOD:

SWEAT 1/31/24

Clean Practice

6 EMOM

4 x (MCL + HCL + CL)

CONDITIONING

16 EMOM

Min 1: 20 HCL

Min 2: 30 Jump Over Torpedo

Min 3: 20 CL

Min 4: 60 Flutter Kicks

Thursday WOD:

SWEAT 2/1/24

Press + Push Press + Push Jerk

6 EMOM

8 (PP + PJ)

CONDITIONING

2 Rounds:

8 AMRAP

12 Push Press

24 Sit Up

12 Push Jerk

48 Jump Switches

Rest 1 minute

Friday WOD:

SWEAT 2/2/24

6 EMOM

4x(HCL + HSCL)

CONDITIONING

3RFT

16 Hang Squat Cleans

32 High Jumps

8 Push Up

-Rest 1:00-

20 Hang Squat Cleans

40 High Jumps

10 Push Up

-Rest 1:00-

8 Hang Squat Cleans

15 High Jumps

4 Push Ups

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Olympic Weightlifting at IKAIKA Fitness: A Community of Strength

Fostering Success in Durham, NC

At IKAIKA Fitness, we’re not just a gym; we’re a community. We celebrate each member’s journey, from their first lift to their personal bests. Our athletes in Durham have seen transformative results, not just in their physical strength but in their confidence and mental resilience.

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The Building Blocks of a Weightlifter’s Diet

In Olympic weightlifting, nutrition is as crucial as the workout itself. It’s about fueling the body with the right balance of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. At IKAIKA Fitness, our nutrition experts provide personalized advice, ensuring each athlete’s diet supports their training and recovery needs.

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Lifting Beyond Limits with IKAIKA Fitness

Olympic weightlifting is more than a sport; it’s a journey of personal growth and community. At IKAIKA Fitness in Durham, NC, we’re dedicated to guiding you on this journey, offering expert coaching, a supportive community, and a passion for lifting that goes beyond the weights. Join us and experience the transformative power of Olympic weightlifting – where every lift is a step towards a stronger, more confident you.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Olympic Weightlifting

“Is Olympic Weightlifting suitable for beginners?”

Absolutely! Olympic weightlifting is adaptable for all levels. At IKAIKA Fitness, we start with the basics, gradually building up your skill and strength.

“How often should I train in Olympic weightlifting?”

This varies based on individual goals and fitness levels. Typically, 3-4 times a week is recommended for beginners, with rest days for recovery.

“Can Olympic weightlifting help with weight loss?”

Yes, it can. Olympic weightlifting boosts metabolism and builds lean muscle mass, aiding in weight loss and body composition improvements.

“What age is appropriate to start Olympic weightlifting?”

While there’s no specific age, it’s generally safe for adolescents and older. We offer youth programs at IKAIKA Fitness, focusing on technique and safety.

“Do I need special equipment to start Olympic weightlifting?”

Basic equipment includes weightlifting shoes and comfortable athletic wear. At IKAIKA Fitness, we provide all necessary equipment for our members.

“How do I prepare for my first Olympic weightlifting competition?”

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