powerlifting

This exercise is great for lateral movement, and all you need is a band. Stay diligent and see results in a week's time. Increase your poundages without getting stronger!
I managed to get in a heavy squat workout this week before I got hit with the nasty bug that's been going around in my house.
Here is my breakdown of the types of maxes we all encounter throughout our strength journey, and how to makes sense of them.
Today I've included a video of my extra training day I do every week - also known as "Stupid, Random S**t Day."
Through my time as both a strength athlete and strength coach, I’ve discovered some very effective aspects of training that, for whatever reason, have not hit most people’s radars yet.
Between moving to a new gym facility and squatting heavy - 800lbs, to be exact - for the first time in months, I think 2014 is off to a good start.
This week, get inspired by watching powerlifter Eric Lilliebridge get within a fingertip's length of breaking the all-time world record total!
While strength endurance training is a requirement for strongman competitors, does it have value to Olympic lifters and powerlifters? I would say "yes," but not for the reason you might consider.
I finished off the year with some heavy 665lb speed squats and my last week training at our old gym location before we move to our new facilities. A good way to wrap up the year!
Here are eight ways you can increase your squat without getting any stronger. Believe me, you already have the strength. It’s simply a case of learning how to tap into it.
Speed-strength has two components, starting strength and explosive strength. We touched on starting strength previously, but now need to be more specific to understand what is happening.
Today we are doing raw speed squats with half the usual band tension, to help us prepare for max effort day in four days time.
I missed Monday’s work due to some offsite training for work. So no bench press for the week. I went straight into squats on Wednesday for a short workout.
The weight room is my laboratory. I am always experimenting, mostly on myself, but sometimes on my clients. And the weight room is my classroom. It is a place where I never stop learning.
Last week I did some decent benching, so I decided to bump up the volume this week before the holiday craziness kicks in.
Here are ten thoughtful gift options you may not have heard of for those who like to squat, bench, and deadlift.
Do you push your knees out when squatting or do you let them come in a little at the very bottom? Is either of these a bad idea? Or is one a better idea?