In effort to foster the training and development of athletes in the sport of weightlifting, Washington Weightlifting (LWC) will be providing clinics and seminars on various topics pertinent to the sport. Subject-matter experts will lead these clinics so that they… Read more »
Implementing supplemental work – Tips from a Physical Therapist Split squats are a great exercise for correcting structural imbalances, increasing strength, and decreasing risk for injuries. In order to maximize the benefits of this exercise you need to understand the… Read more »
Armor Athletics is excited to host the 5th annual Armor Open (formerly known as the Trident Open) on October 28-29! This meet promises to be one the premier meets in the PNW. We have sessions for lifters of all levels!… Read more »
From time to time we get the question “do you post your workouts”.
We intentionally do not post our workouts for a few different reasons. For one, we do not want anybody cherry-picking workouts. If there is a movement you do not like, chances are you need to work on that movements. Besides, the movements/exercises for the day should not matter to you. You should just be looking forward to the part in your day when you get to train, and trust in our programming that the workout will be good for you.
The other, and more important, reason we do not post our workouts is because we want the workouts to be exclusive to our members. Our workouts are all programmed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy with many years experience in strength and conditioning, including CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting, and sport specific S&C. We pride ourselves in the quality of our workouts and do not believe they should be readily available to anybody and everybody for free.
If you would like to further discuss our training/programming philosophies, or experience them first hand, we would be more than happy to talk details with you! Just send us a message, call, or stop by!