Power Lifting

Every athlete aims in lifting more weights than the opponent using specific moves. In Special Olympics Powerlifting is much more than deadlift, squat or bench press. It is effort, persistence, and loyalty. Training, determination, and attitude are the key facts that define the balance between a successful or a failed attempt. The barbell, despite testing the physical strength, is also highlighting the athlete’s inner wish to improve, “not to make compromises.”

Meet The Coaches

See who is volunteering their time to coach our teams.

Jordan Perretta
Jordan PerrettaHead Coach
As of 2019, I started coaching Shotput, and reinstated the Power Lifting team as the head coach. I also coach for the Warrior Wrestling program. My goal as a coach is to ensure that each athlete is having fun and getting better with every practice.
Stew Wolf
Stew WolfAssistant Coach
BIO Coming Soon!
Derek Willis
Derek WillisAssistant Coach
Manna Stevens
Manna StevensAssistant Coach

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