If you’re a man and you’re trying to hold a woman back from powerlifting, or doing whatever she wants to do…Who are you to try and change her mind, and get her not to do it?
A lot of powerlifters have trouble with this. They can’t get out of the way of their own ego in order to call proper attempts.
Should you spend your powerlifting career competing only with one organization, or go wherever you feel like for each meet?
You paid a coach for a program and don’t like what they gave you? There’s a right way to handle this situation — and it’s not by deviating from the plan just because you want to.
The plan for the training session was to squat but the bodybuilding group had a lot more in mind.
Through many years training many clients, these are the main lessons that have helped the most for setting lifters up for success.
Many lifters will be tempted to reduce their squat intensity to preserve energy for the deadlift, but that might not be the best idea.
Steve may be one of the strongest squatters of all time, but it hasn’t stopped him from receiving criticism for his squat style. Are the concerns warranted?
This popular deadlift cue might not be all it’s cracked up to be.
With all of the different kinds of training programs that exist today, which ones have produced the most success?
One small change could’ve led to all-time world records that might still be standing today.
Powerlifting isn’t always fun. You have bad days in the gym, bad training cycles, and bad meets. What happens when the bad outweighs the good? Is it time to consider leaving?
If you could go back 10, 15, or 20 years in the past, what would you say? What advice for life would you share?
With multiple Goggins Force lifters competing, Steve attended the meet — and now he has some thoughts to share.