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Eric Maroscher

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Eric Maroscher is owner of the Monster Garage Gym (one of the premier powerlifting gyms in the U.S., founded by Eric and Phillip Daniels NFL Defensive End). He is also leader of the Maroscher PL Team and a two-time WPC World Powerlifting Champion, two-time APF National Powerlifting Champion, WPC North American Powerlifting Champion, and multi-time APF Illinois State Champion.

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  • WHY BIG GUYS USE LITTLE WEIGHTS

    ...the highlight reels are heavy and hard core, but what the big boys have learned a long time ago is in order to be able to put up the big numbers, you have to also put the time in with the not so big numbers….here is what we mean….

    WHY BIG GUYS USE LITTLE WEIGHTS
  • WHEN THE SILENCE IS DEAFENING

    ...when the crowd of a thousand cheers at the ARNOLD can’t seem to drown out the sound of the silence from the single voice that is missing. It is during these times in our lifting journey when lifting can be a savior...

    WHEN THE SILENCE IS DEAFENING
  • IT STARTS WITH THE MIND

    GREAT minds, discuss ideas….AVERAGE minds, discuss events….SMALL minds, discuss people. Contrary to standard thinking, being successful in the world of powerlifting does not start in the gym, being successful in the world of powerlifting starts in your mind…..and here is why…..

    IT STARTS WITH THE MIND
  • FRIENDSHIPS FORGED IN STEEL

    The journey of powerlifting in part is about being the best powerlifting you can be and testing yourself on the platform where it matters. Along this journey, if you are doing it right, you will find brothers not of blood but of iron, and friendships forged in steel…..

    FRIENDSHIPS FORGED IN STEEL
  • SUBMAXIMAL TRAINING

    Like a race car, there are many gears to shift into when training. If you are limiting yourself to max effort, speed and de-load only, you are missing many of the gears that get you to your p.r. lifts.

    SUBMAXIMAL TRAINING
  • The SUBCULTURE OF WOMEN'S POWERLIFTING

    Powerlifting is truly a subculture of the bigger world of all things weights. Within that subculture of powerlifting is yet another subculture and that is the hard core powerlifter. Zoom in yet another level and you have arguably the tiniest of subcultures, and that is the hard core woman’s powerlifting subculture.

    The SUBCULTURE OF WOMEN'S POWERLIFTING
  • THE BLEEDER!!!!!

    Stick around a little while and you will see the shooting stars of the sport come and go. These are the lifters who go big, win big and burn out even bigger. Stick around for a little while longer in the sport and you will see the shooting stars come and go, over and over and over again. They just don’t last as their bodies can’t put up with the non-self-regulating abuse that is put upon them. Stick around a few decades and you will also note the longevity of the truly great lifters, the longevity of lifters like Dave Ricks, Ed Coan, Brian Schwab and Sioux-z’ of the world (all with 2+ decades in the competitive game at the top of their weight class and federation). What is an essential ingredient to their longevity and success???? SLOW AND STEADY WINS THE RACE.

    THE BLEEDER!!!!!
  • DON'T DROP THE DEADLIFT

    On November 4th, we posted the article, Senator, You're No Jack Kennedy — Don't Drop the Deadlift, and since then, we have received some really amazing emails affirming the premise of the article as well as for the article giving voice to this topic. Here is the video supplement to go with that original article. Only read the article and watch this supplemental if you are truly serious about your deadlift training.

    DON'T DROP THE DEADLIFT
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