Powerlifting opened the door to consistent, short-term victories. Every week, I’d be a little stronger, a little better, a little happier.
Get all your questions answered about lifting belts, why they're used, and when to use them.
So how do you get the mobility required for powerlifting? The answer might involve a lot less foam-rolling than you think.
If you arch your back on the bench press, then you’re a cheater and should be banned from powerlifting. End of article.
Learn about volume and intensity and how both of these impact whether you're benching too much or too little.
Your first powerlifting meet can be one of the best experiences of your career. Here’s what to expect on meet day.
This post goes over how, when, and why we prescribe the Floor Press in our clients’ programs and how it helps powerlifters bench more.
How many days a week should powerlifters train? If you Google around, most coaches will say “3-4 times per week.” What's the truth?
From the simplest perspective possible, we must admit that we simply cannot add weight to the bar every single week.
The goals that you should be looking for that will lead to the right Warm-Up routine for YOU.
Why and how powerlifters should use hypertrophy training throughout their annual training cycle.
Using RPE/RIR in training allows the athlete to auto-regulate the load based on how they feel that day.
Have you ever looked at your program and wondered why you’re doing the accessory work that you’re doing?
Template programs don't take your lifestyle into account, and therefore, they can fail in a multitude of ways. How do you get around that?