Powerlifting Articles

Threshold Training for Powerlifting: a Targeted Approach
One of the most important considerations to your training is understanding which thresholds you’re aiming to improve upon. With this, you can identify weaknesses and train with specificity even better.
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A Guide to Applying DNS/PRI Principles to Powerlifting (Part 3: Deadlift)
How should you apply postural training principles to the powerlifting deadlift?
A Guide to Applying DNS/PRI Principles to Powerlifting (Part 2: Bench Press)
Is there room in a powerlifting bench press program for postural and respiratory work?
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A Guide to Applying DNS/PRI Principles in Powerlifting (Part 1: Squat)
An overview of how basic Postural Restoration Insitute and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization principles can be used to improve your performance under the bar. On their own, they can look like a lot of rolling around on the ground, blowing up balloons, and ultimately not really lifting weights or doing anything close to powerlifting, but with some application, they actually make for some pretty darn good powerlifting training modalities when it comes to improving movement quality and performance.
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How to Program Your Powerlifting Accessory Work
Optimize your training by building a bulletproof support program to compliment your main lifts.
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March Client of the Month: Jaye Kerzner
Jaye is our star of the month. She puts in an exceptional amount of work and reaps what she sows.
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Life with a Busy Schedule: Getting to Your Fitness Goals
How to manage your workouts when life seems like it constantly gets in the way.
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5 Tips: For a Gym Newbie
A shortlist of tips to get you started on your fitness journey and ease the break-in process.
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February Client of the Month: Dylan Buckley
Dylan has put in an exemplary amount of work and lost a LOT of weight while improving his baseline levels of fitness and strength in a short amount of time.