Powerlifting Articles

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Are You Making These 3 Mistakes With Your Powerlifting Programming?
Weak point training has its place in powerlifting, though it often gets misused
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From TikTok Workouts to Powerlifting Gold: Marina Maxwell Athlete Profile
Before starting the Momentum Program, Marina was doing TikTok workouts and didn’t have much structure to her training at all. Now she is a Medalist in Powerlifting.
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Recovery Considerations For Powerlifting Training
How to hit bigger PRs by recovering better from your powerlifting training. We’ve all heard the mantra of “you don’t get stronger in the training session, you get stronger from recovering from the training”. Well, there’s a lot of truth to that saying and in this Group Training, we go through exactly what to be looking at when it comes
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Double Progression For Your Powerlifting Accessory Work
Find out the besy way to periodize your accessory work to fit your goals and powerlifting program.
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Lift Selection For Light/Medium Powerlifting Sessions
Light days are important as you progress, but how easy should you make them? Which lifts should you use?
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The Best Way To Track Your PRs
You need data to make good training decisions. Track that data better using these quick tips.
Start Where you FInish - Stronger You PT
“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.
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.