Please Stop With the Knees Forward Nonsense

Zane Geeting 10/20/Life, Articles, Coaching, Form, Powerlifting, Squat, Strength Training

By Zane Geeting This year marks my 16th year competing in powerlifting, and something that we’ve known forever, that we inherited from the old timers, is that you don’t track your knees forward on the competition squat unless you want to squat less, or get hurt. Now, that’s not to say there aren’t some exceptions to the rule; people with …

5 Keys to Becoming Better & More Efficient

Danny Bellmore 10/20/Life, Articles, Coaching, Mental Toughness, Motivation, Powerlifting, Quick Tips, Strength Training

By Danny Bellmore Lifting and Life – 5 Key Points: Work Ethic Positive attitude Have a daily plan Don’t be afraid of change Have a vision of what you want to achieve Work Ethic If you want to make any type of advancement in life hard work is required…and persistent hard work is where goals are achieved. I have never …

Psychological Warfare; The Art of an Athlete

Sabrina Schutter 10/20/Life, Articles, Brian Carroll, Meet Tips, Mental Toughness, Motivation, Powerlifting, Strength Training, Team Sports

By Sabrina Schutter What is Psychological Warfare? Contrary to popular belief, some of the greatest competitors in strength sports are not about lifting their competition up, but actually doing whatever it takes to win. This is a battle and to the best in the sport. It is for the glory and the will to win at any cost. It is common …