Matt Wenning

Matt Wenning is one of only a handful of people to total over 2600 lbs in a professional competition, hold an all-time world record of 2665 lbs in the 308-lb class, and bench press over 800 lbs in a full powerlifting meet. He currently the owner and a private strength coach at Ludus Magnus gym in Columbus, Ohio, a personal trainer to many executives and professionals at Capital Club Athletics, and contracted by the US Army. He also works with firefighters, physicians, children with disabilities, and all forms of athletes in the Columbus, Ohio, area.

 
Matt Wenning's Extreme Squat Training Cycle
Matt Wenning's Extreme Squat Training Cycle
The 15-week squat cycle that built an equipped world record.
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 9)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 9)
Have you tried this shrug variation to build your deadlift?
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 8)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 8)
This is the hardest exercise for hamstrings.
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 5)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 5)
To build structural static strength, incorporate reverse hyper swings.
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 4)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 4)
If your hands cannot hold it, typically your body is not ready to lift it.
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 3)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 3)
Learn how goodmornings can improve your deadlift.
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 2)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 2)
Matt Wenning has Ryan perform sumo deadlifts to correct conventional pull weaknesses.
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 1)
So You Think You Can Deadlift? (Part 1)
Matt targets the pull in the same expert fashion that he did with the squat.
The Final: So You Think You Can Squat?
The Final: So You Think You Can Squat?
Do you think you know how to squat now?
So You Think You Can Squat (Part 4)
So You Think You Can Squat (Part 4)
Kids, put your learning caps on and watch this video.
So You Think You Can Squat? (Part 3)
So You Think You Can Squat? (Part 3)
The long-awaited So You Think You Can Squat video is here! Matt Wenning discusses how to squat properly, so pay attention.
So You Think You Can Squat? (Parts 1 and 2)
So You Think You Can Squat? (Parts 1 and 2)
The long-awaited So You Think You Can Squat video is here! Matt Wenning discusses how to squat properly, so pay attention.
Squat Training and Cycle
Squat Training and Cycle
Hopefully this program can give you some ideas on how to get strong, do it smart and make progress.
5 Tips You Need to Know to Bench Big
5 Tips You Need to Know to Bench Big
I've been around some of the best bench pressers to ever lift a weight.
 Off-Season Football Training for the NFL: Working with defensive players from the Oakland Raiders
Off-Season Football Training for the NFL: Working with defensive player...
In my career as a private strength coach, I’ve had the pleasure of working with some very talented players.
Bench Training for Gear and Raw
Bench Training for Gear and Raw
Here at Lexen, we train raw for much of our upper body development, but by using both environments (the shirt and raw training), you can actually make personal records in each.
Reach a 1000-lb Squat Easily
Reach a 1000-lb Squat Easily
When I went to local meets and saw 600-lb squats, I thought about how cool it would be to achieve that strength. Boy, times they do change.
 Training Individuality
Training Individuality
In powerlifting, there are many different paths to achieve our lifting goals.
Nutrition for Optimal Performance
Nutrition for Optimal Performance
In a perfect world, athletes would eat real food in balanced amounts of carbs, proteins, and fats about every 2–3 hours. We would also eat the proper foods before and after training to give fuel for the workout and fuel for the recovery after the strenuous exercise.
Advice to the Beginner and Elite
Advice to the Beginner and Elite
When we begin to train, usually the goal of most lifters is to get big and strong. On this path, our goals stay in that realm, but how we reach them becomes ever changing and more difficult as we push our genetic and mental limits.

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