Lifting Audits

Get an in-depth analysis of your lifts

Get feedback on your squat, bench, deadlift, overhead press... Whatever you'd like!

Checking your technique and knowing what you're doing right or wrong is crucial to getting stronger, making progress, and staying safe while lifting heavy.

Lifting Audits provide you with a comprehensive analysis of your lifts, highlights what you're doing well, points out areas of improvement, and gives you key takeaways of exercises/drills to help improve your weaknesses.

Who will be analyzing your lifts

Laura Su is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and competitive powerlifter. She's had years of experience coaching athletes in the weightroom and understands the standards upheld by competitive strength athletes.

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How it works

Once a Lifting Audit package is purchased, you should receive an email to upload footage of your lifts to a cloud file. Instructions on how to film your lifts and label your videos will be included. The Lifting Audit packages are outlined below.

Package #1

$60

Analysis of one lift (4 videos total)

Detailed written analysis, outlining movement efficacy, technique, faults, etc.

Notes on form fixes, technique cues, exercises/drills to improve weaknesses, and programming suggestions

Package #2

$120

3 lift analysis - (12 videos total)

Detailed written analysis, outlining movement efficacy, technique, faults, etc.

Notes on form fixes, technique cues, exercises/drills to improve weaknesses, and programming suggestions

Package #3

$175

3 lift analysis - (12 videos total)

Video call analysis, outlining movement efficacy, technique, faults, etc.

Notes on form fixes, technique cues, exercises/drills to improve weaknesses, and programming suggestions

Time for Q&A, comments, etc.

More of a DIY person?

I got you! The Lifting Checklist has exactly what you need to learn what to look for in the back squat, front squat, sumo deadlift, and conventional deadlift so you can analyze your lifts on your own!

 

The Lifting Checklist includes:

A step-by-step guide to each of the compound lifts

Outline of common form faults and fixes

Exercises/drills to use to correct common flaws

Tips on grip, stance, bracing, etc.

 

What are you waiting for? Start learning how to lift better and smarter today!

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