Zane Geeting, a quick write-up from one of my clients

This is just one of many examples of what 10/20/Life training with proper coaching can do for a lifter. Branden has been an excellent pupil and I’m glad to call him a friend. I look forward to coaching him to bigger and better numbers in the future.


About 16 months ago Zane and I set out to get me ready for GPC nationals May 10th in Calgary .

Our first couple months went off without a problem, then I suffered a back injury at work. This

wound up setting us back about 5 months . With Zane’s help through the rehab process, we were

able to speed up recovery without significant strength loss . Thus began our real prep to get me

ready and back to the platform. I was stuck with some pretty mediocre numbers at this point and

set some lofty goals for us to achieve .


The training consisted of lots of core work as I was very shaky unracking the bar on heavy work

and losing air right away . Within weeks we were able to notice a huge difference in my stability.

We made some adjustments to my form in all my lifts and numbers started to go up by doing

that alone.

As the meet was creeping up quickly, gym PR’s were coming up and we were very confident of a

good meet. Meet day came up in the blink of an eye, I felt very confident that the work we put in

was going to pay off, and it did hugely . I went 7 for 9 that day with my best lifts being a 247.5 kg

squat (545 lbs), 140kg bench (308 lbs) and a 275kg deadlift (606 lbs) at 82kg body weight (181 lb

weight class). All of which were meet pr’s, and beat my last total by over a 100kg (220 lbs).

All in all the work we’ve done together has been nothing short of amazing. We have big plans going

forward to keep getting better.


-Branden Fisher.

GPC National Champion


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Zane Geeting

Zane Geeting is a pro multi-ply powerlifter with best lifts of a 935 squat, 625 bench, and 765 deadlift. He is coming back to competitive PL after a year and a half layoff that was a result of several serious injuries including a severe rupture of the right pec that could not be repaired. Zane has an extremely busy schedule that would make most people quit before Friday. He works 55+ hours a week as a finance manager. As a renaissance man, he is also currently restoring a 140 year-old farmhouse and maintaining a hobby farm. Despite all this, Zane still finds time to train 2-3 times per week, as well as coach other lifters.  
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