Date(s) - 15/01/2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Coco and Colm’s Strength Workshop 1: Log and Deadlift
Date: January 15th
Venue: The new Coco’s Gym (Unit 1, 4 Production Drive, Molendinar)
Time: 9am start, 3 hours
Who: Anyone can be a part of the seminar, new or experienced.
Numbers: Maximum of 10 places available
Limited to 10 places only
ACCOUNT NAME: COCO’S GYM
BSB: 124 064
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 22131739
Arguably two of the most important lifts in the sport of Strongman are the Log press and the Dead lift. Coco and Colm aren’t just two of the Strongest competitors in the country in both the log and the deadlift but they are also some of the most qualified.
Coco and Colm will be working together in a series of workshops to make you a better athlete in your lifts, training, competition and preparation for Strongman Competitions. The first of these seminars is the Log and Deadlift workshop. In regards to the Log Lift, they will work with you on log pressing, log jerks, rack positions, cleans and using different sized logs. Deadlifts will cover different height deadlifts, different implements (car, axle and deadlift bar) and refining your technique and training to suit.
Colm Woulfe completed his Masters Degree in Sport & Exercise Science at AUT with his thesis titled The Acute Physiological Effects of Strongman Training. Colm is a strongman competitor himself most recently having competed in Botswana at the Worlds Strongest Man competition. Prior to this he was New Zealands Strongest Man 3x before moving to Australia where he won the Arnold Amateur melbourne 2015 and placed 5th at the Arnold Pro melbourne 2016.
Jean-Stephen Coraboeuf (Coco) completed his Masters of High Performance Science, Bond University Bachelor of Exercise Science, Griffith University in 2013. Since then Coco has opened one of the most well known Strongman Gyms in Australia and proven himself as one of the strongest competitors in the country. Recent acheivements include 3rd place in the Arnold Amateurs heavyweight division in Hong Kong, 1st place at the 105kg class Australasia’s Most Powerful Man and a 170kg Log Lift at The Static Monsters.
Bookings are closed for this event.