Tag Archives: Powerlifting

Interviews Strength Training

Interview with Squat Monster Joe Norman

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Please check out these great books by Joe Norman:

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Strength Training

Your First Powerlifting Meet

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Advice from powerlifter Al Brown (LtL on the forum) to another forum member regarding his first powerlifting meet.

I would train as per your plan. Go reasonably heavy in the last singles session, maybe up to an opener or a last warm-up. Do NOT … Read more

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Strength Training

Powerlifting: Personalizing Periodization

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By Bodybygamma

After a long hiatus from training more than one and rarely 2 times a week, focusing on work, over the last 2 months I have shifted back towards training 3-4 times a week consistently. I have not skipped a beat and  learned 3 things… Read more

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Interviews Strength Training

Powerlifter Rob Palmer Interview

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Faheem Chauhan (Fazc) interviews Powerlifter Rob Palmer for Muscle and Brawn.

FC: Rob thanks for doing this interview with us. Let’s take this from the start; from what I understand you’ve been Powerlifting for a relatively … Read more

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Strength Training

Powerliting: 2011 APF Texas Cup Write Up

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Heading into the APF Texas Cup, I felt stronger, bigger, and confident than ever.  Then, there was the unknown; REST.  To make a long story short, 2 major events (Lucas Orosco’s MMA Fight and The APF Texas Cup) were scheduled with-in 15 hours… Read more

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Strength Training

Raw Powerlifting: How To Increase Your One Rep Max

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In this article I will cover my interpretation of training for unequipped Powerlifting. That is how to increase your 1RM in the Power Lifts. This article will assume you have graduated from beginner status, have a strong foundation and have… Read more

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Strength Building Workouts

McCullough 14 Week Powerlifting Cycle

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This 14 week powerlifting cycle by Tom McCullough is taken from the article How To Design Your Workouts.

  • Week 1 – 70% x 2 sets of 10 repetitions
  • Week 2 – 70% x 2 sets of 10 repetitions
  • Week 3 – 73% x 2 sets of 8 repetitions
  • Week 4 –
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