powerlifting

Wants to get all-around strong, steer clear of injury, and maximize carry over into strength sports? Front squat.
It's easy to get caught up in the desire to make gains and forget about rest.
This week I set a bench press record for 2014. I've also shared my ideas for scheduling your workouts.
After a few days of struggling to make it up the stairs, I figured it was time to make some revisions to my training plan.
Charles Staley has shared his journals so you can see how to optimize your training at any age.
I’ll be training four times per week and dramatically increasing my volume for the six weeks before my next powerlifting meet.
I had been lifting heavy for a few years, but never had a goal to work towards. I decided it was time to compete.
Specificity is both necessary and problematic. Not enough and you don’t make progress. Too much and you’ll fall prey to stagnation.
Anyone who lifts regularly knows the importance of hand maintenance and muscle pain relief. That's where crossFIXE can help.
I often wonder: If my sole or primary objective was to feel as good as possible at age eighty, would I still lift as hard as I do?
What if acting more dominant can help you lift more weight? Research says your body language can change your body’s physiology.
“My trainer says that if you eat too much protein, it’ll turn to fat.” What's wrong with this statement?
Did Paul Anderson really squat double what anyone else even thought of squatting, several times a day?
When people ask me what I think of wearing belts, I feel the need to explain some of the fundamental concepts behind them.
You have to do a certain amount of every lift to ensure strength and skill development. But how do you know which is weakest and how to adapt your training?
When you think about your training as a system composed of several interrelated components, you're likely to succeed.
This week's articles are all about the various obstacles we perceive in our training and the ways we can overcome, defeat, and transform them.