Powerlifting Articles

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“Start Where You Finish” Programming For Powerlifting
Writing a training block in reverse is one of the most powerful tools you can have when programming for yourself. It forces you to consider all of the necessary components of an effective strength training program in order to get optimal results.
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+4/-1 and +4/-2 Programming For Intermediate Powerlifters
Some easy to apply program ideas to progress you from your plateau once your beginner/has stopped working.
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Low Bar Squat Thumb Position (And Other Tips)
There are a lot of components that go into a good low bar squat position.We cover thumb position, grip width, and proper cues to tie it all together. 
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Better Bench Press Grip – Fix Your Hand Position
A quick, 30 second fix to get more out of your grip on the bench press, set your shoulders better, and have a stronger engagement with the bar.
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What Do Your Ribs Do For Your Squat and Deadlift Anyways?
One of the most common errors I see in lifter’s bracing technique is a lack of mid-back expansion. Let’s dig into why this happens and how to fix it in your squat and deadlift.
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Intermediate Lifter Deadlift Weak Point Solutions
The basics are important, but at a certain point, it’s time to progress beyond them and get into fine tuning. 
Core Training In Powerlifting
Core Training for Powerlifting
The diaphragm gets forgotten as the most important muscle that precedes proper ab engagement. Without it, you’ll never get the best possible brace.
3 Sumo Deadlift Tips
3 Tips To Improve Your Sumo Deadlift Start
Breaking the floor is often the hardest part in the sumo deadlift. As such, it’s no surprise it’s the missing key separating many lifters from significantly stronger deadlifts and less risk of injury. 
Coming back from injury
Getting Back Under The Bar After Injury
As much as some people will deny it, injury happens in powerlifting. Of course, some of these injuries are little aches that take a few days to clear, while others take months of proper rehab.