We absolutely love weightlifting and we want to share it with you! Join us for an organized coaching approach to develop your abilities in the Olympic lifts. You will execute drills designed to improve your Snatch and Clean & Jerk.

All levels are welcomed and encouraged! If you have never lifted before, don't worry, you can still participate. If you are not a TCF member, don't worry, you can still participate. If you want to experience the best movement ever that will enrich and improve your life on every level, please participate!

Coach Meshelle loves weightlifting so much and she wants to share it with everyone! She is the 2014 World Masters Champion and 2014 National Masters Champion and she currently holds 4 National records and 7 Pacific Weightlifting Association records. Her love for weightlifting is obvious as is her passion for coaching.

We invite you to try your first class is free! For more info, please contact [email protected]

Cost: $55 in addition to your CF Membership or $165 per month for non member. Private classes and remote coaching also available
Classes: Tuesdays at 5pm and Sundays at 10am

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Norbert Schemansky (USA) was the first weightlifter in history to earn four Olympic medals, despite missing the 1956 Olympic Games due to back problems.
In 2000, Tara Nott Cunningham became the first US weightlifter to win Olympic gold since Chuck Vinci in 1960.
Tamio "Tommy" Kono a U.S. weightlifter in the 50s and 60s. Kono is the only Olympic weightlifter in history to have set world records in four different weight classes.