The sport of Olympic Weightlifting consists of two lifts, the Snatch, and the Clean & Jerk.
Undisputed offers the Weightlifting 101 program as a part of your Unlimited Cross-Training Membership. The focus of these classes is to develop and improve your technique in both lifts and the difficulty of this program progresses as your proficiency in the movements improve. Undisputed has made a firm commitment to growing the sport of Olympic Weightlifting and has established a unique relationship with Travis Mash – National Head Coach and Director of the Mash Mafia Weightlifting Team.
Should you reach a National or International level, this relationship also means you will also represent the Mash Mafia Weightlifting team on those platforms and be coached by Travis Mash and Don McCauley. This commitment to the growth and development of weightlifting program doesn’t end there because Travis frequently flies in from North Carolina to coach our athletes in person and conduct seminars. Additionally, our athletes have the ability to train with Travis and the rest of the Mash Mafia Weightlifting team in North Carolina. Moreover, Undisputed Strength & Conditioning – Mash Mafia Weightlifting also partners with USA Weightlifting (USAW) in hosting their certification courses for new and developing coaches.
Travis Mash – National Head Coach & Program Director
Travis Mash has been strength training for over 21 years and has been working with athletes on their strength, speed, and athletic performance for over 15 years. Travis has worked with athletes and non-athletes of all levels from NFL and Olympic hopefuls, to 7-year-olds just starting out, to a 70-year-old senior seeking increased mobility. Travis is a published author for several strength and conditioning journals and continues to work with several colleges such as University of North Carolina, Wake Forest University, Appalachian State University, and Wofford University. Travis is a two-time world champion in powerlifting and has held the all-time pound-for-pound world record. He was also an Olympic hopeful in weightlifting and was recruited for the U.S. men’s bobsled team. Having been a world champion, Travis is able to share his champion mentality with his athletes and non-athletes alike.