The Hardcore Fallacy

Danny Bellmore 10/20/Life, Articles, Mental Toughness, Motivation, Powerlifting, Strength Training, Uncategorized

By Danny Bellmore What does being “hardcore” really mean? I am quite positive that if you ask twenty different people you would get twenty different answers. The word hardcore is being thrown around all the time these days, and especially on social media. The word and concept are entirely overused. What actually constitutes being hardcore? How do you judge something so …

20 Weeks to Rebuild Guedo Part Deux – Needs Analysis

Paul Oneid 10/20/Life, Articles, Coaching, Form, Mental Toughness, Motivation, Powerlifting, Programs, Strength Training, Success Stories/Testimonials, Uncategorized

By Paul Oneid In part one, we discussed the issues that we are training around.  It would be ignorant of me to think that I can fix his hip issues, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t make improvements.  Through proper exercise selection, we can teach Dean to engage certain muscles that have been neglected and reduce his reliance on …

Don’t Be an “Askhole”

Low Country Strength Articles, Coaching, Mental Toughness, Motivation, Powerlifting, Strength Training, Uncategorized

By Will Kuenzel “Do you want my advice, or are you just hoping I’ll tell you what you want to hear?” Unfortunately, I’ve taken to asking people this question way too often.  This applies to more than just fitness, but with so much information available, people will inevitably get distracted and are often left wondering which direction they should go.  …

Five Things You Learn While Being a Judge in Powerlifting

Derek Wilcox Articles, Meet Tips, Mental Toughness, Powerlifting, Uncategorized

By Derek Wilcox Sitting in the judge’s chair at a powerlifting meet, or being a referee/official during any sporting event, is a pretty rough job. In sports like baseball and football etc., you generally have at least one group of people who completely disagree with the majority of the calls that you make.  In powerlifting, I imagine this group would …

Enhance Your Rack: A Girl’s Guide to Boobs and Powerlifting

Lisa Guggisberg Articles, CrossFit, Powerbuilding, Powerlifting, Strength Training, Uncategorized

By Lisa Guggisberg They come in all shapes, sizes, saggy, perky, and flat. If you are a female mammal you have them. I’m talking about breast, boobs, tatas, melons, tits, jugs….whatever you call them, if you’re female you have them.  Some women are happy with their factory setting breasts and others like to upgrade their packages.  I fall into the …