2012 Grand Canyon State Summer Games

2012 Grand Canyon State Summer Games

Weightlifting Competition

Dates:             Saturday May 12th, 2012

Events:           Session I & II – Olympic-Style Weightlifting

(Snatch & Clean and Jerk)

Session III – RAW Push Pull (Bench Press, & Dead Lift)                                                 No equipment (Limited to the first 30 competitors)

LOCATION: Performance One Advanced Sports Training Inc

916 E. Baseline Rd Suite 130                                                                                                           Mesa, AZ 85204                                                                                                                                 480-813-5477

ENTRY FEES:            Made Payable to Performance One


Division I – Push Pull (Bench, & Dead Lift) $50 Day of Event $60 $40 Single Event $50 Day of Event

Division II – Weightlifting (Snatch and Clean & Jerk)                                                                               $30 Day of Event $40

ENTRY DEADLINE: Day of Entry will be accepted

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF COMPETITION


SESSION 1          Olympic Weightlifting Women 48, 53, 58, 63, 69, 75, 75+ Kilos                                                                                    Weigh In 7-8 AM               Lift 9 AM                                                                                                                  SESSION 2          Men MEN 56, 62, 69, 77, 85, 94, 105, 105+ -Kilo                                                                   WEIGH IN 9-10:00 AM   LIFT 11:00 PM

SESSION 3: Push Pull Men & Women Same weight classes as WL

WEIGH IN 12-1 PM LIFT 2:00 PM


TECHNICAL CLINIC: Prior to the start of the day’s competition, all technical questions, and a general rules clinic will be conducted.  *Anyone who does not attend the Technical Conference agrees to accept all decisions made at the Technical conference.

RULES: This is a non-sanctioned power lifting meet. The weightlifting division will be sanctioned by USA Weightlifting. ALL participants are required at weigh in to produce government documents, (i.e. birth certificate, drivers license), and/or Picture ID.  Weightlifters must be current USAW Members to compete.

AWARDS: Top 3 in each weight class by Division (School Age, Junior, Senior, & Master). Awards for Best Overall Male and Female

For more information contact Meet Director, Joe Micela at 480-813-5477 or email: joe@performanceone.net

Waiver & Entry Form 2012 Summer Grand Canyon State Games

2012 Summer Grand Canyon State Games

2012 Grand Canyon State Summer Games                             Weightlifting Competition

Dates:             Saturday May 12th, 2012

Events:           Session I & II – Olympic-Style Weightlifting

(Snatch & Clean and Jerk)

Session III – RAW Push Pull (Bench Press, & Dead Lift)                                                 No equipment (Limited to the first 30 competitors)

LOCATION: Performance One Advanced Sports Training Inc

916 E. Baseline Rd Suite 130

Mesa, AZ 85204

480-813-5477

ENTRY FEES:            Made Payable to Performance One


Division I – Push Pull (Bench, & Dead Lift)

$50 Day of Event $60 $40 Single Event $50 Day of Event

Division II – Weightlifting (Snatch and Clean & Jerk)

$30 Day of Event $40

ENTRY DEADLINE: Day of Entry will be accepted

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF COMPETITION

SESSION 1          Olympic Weightlifting

Women 48, 53, 58, 63, 69, 75, 75+ Kilos

Weigh In 7-8 AM  Lift 9 AM

SESSION 2

Men MEN 56, 62, 69, 77, 85, 94, 105, 105+ -Kilo

WEIGH IN 9-10:00 AM   LIFT 11:00 PM

SESSION 3: Push Pull Men & Women Same weight classes as WL

WEIGH IN 12-1 PM LIFT 2:00 PM


TECHNICAL CLINIC: Prior to the start of the day’s competition, all technical questions, and a general rules clinic will be conducted.  *Anyone who does not attend the Technical Conference agrees to accept all decisions made at the Technical conference.

RULES: This is a non-sanctioned power lifting meet. The weightlifting division will be sanctioned by USA Weightlifting. ALL participants are required at weigh in to produce government documents, (i.e. birth certificate, drivers license), and/or Picture ID.  Weightlifters must be current USAW Members to compete.

AWARDS: Top 3 in each weight class by Division (School Age, Junior, Senior, & Master). Awards for Best Overall Male and Female

For more information contact Meet Director, Joe Micela at 480-813-5477 or email: joe@performanceone.net

Entry Form & Waiver 2012 Summer Grand Canyon State Games

Good Luck to all our Spring Sport Athletes

As the spring ends many of our spring athletes are gearing up for Conference, State, and National Championships.  When want to wish our High School and College athletes good luck.  We train Softball, Baseball, and Track & Field athletes that are In Season right now.  You trained hard guys for this moment keep it up and never be satisfied.  For our Off Season athletes getting ready for summer and camps.  Push it guys now is the time to get better.

Performance One takes over Speed & Conditionig for Desert Ridge HS Football

Performance One has been hired to provide Speed & Conditioning Coaching to Desert Ridge High School of Gilbert, AZ.  Desert Ridge is a perennial power house in Division 1  Football in Arizona.  Coach Jeremy Hathcock has asked Coach Joe Micela to come in an evaluate the team and to implement Coach Micela’s 5-7 yard Bubble Program.   Monday April 16th, 2012 was the first day of training.   The team has been split up into Lineman, Skill Position, and Freshman.  We’ll keep you posted on the teams progress.

Softball Athletes tear it up on the field with Power & Strength

Congrats to Desert Mountain Softball Player and Performance One Athlete Ashley Palmer for tying her s school record for Home Runs I. A season at 11 and with 7 games to go Ashley has improved her hitting Power and overall athleticism while in our program. She has committed to Boise State next season Ashley’s training partner Tes McPherson hit a PR in the Power Clean & Jerk with 55 kilos. Tes is a pitcher for Notre Dame HS and has committed to Texas Tech next fall. Keep it up ladies.

Recap from Class at Mesa Community College on Friday

Class at Mesa Community College on Friday touched on how Olympic Weightlifting can benefit every type of Strength & Conditioning Program aimed at developing Power and Strength. We also discussed how the neural adaptations from Weightlifting help athletes become better athletes in their primary sport. Ground based multi-joint movements that require coordination, speed, and power develop usable athleticism on the playing field.

Speed Training for Football

Speed Training for Football at any level must first start with a foundation of strength and technique.  Then you must understand the demands of the sport.  Quickness and power will always prevail over open field running.  Rarely will every player run the equivalent of a 40 yard dash during a single play.  However, 3-7 yards is more realistic and many will have to change direction during that play more than once.  It is this reason that makes our running program unique to many.  5-7 yard Bubble.