The deadlift is just that thing you have to do in a meet before you go to dinner.
I used to hate the term “special needs,” but now I can’t stand people who say they hate the term. FACT: My son has special needs.
Travis Rogers shares his thoughts and insights after spending time with Dave Tate on a recent Table Talk.
SWIS 2022 was an incredible event filled with deep conversations, curated presentations, and camaraderie galore. Take a sneak peek behind the scenes of last year’s event.
His not-so-secret deadlift tricks and personal tips for fixing those bad habits. Insight from the man himself, Dave Tate.
AJ Roberts takes a seat in this 137th podcast episode of Dave Tate’s Table Talk.
With our Westside Table Talk episode coming up I thought I’d add more background to this article on Westside and the lifters I met there
In this 117th episode of Dave Tate’s Table Talk Podcast, Joey Szatmary (@Szatstrength ) takes a seat. Joey is the gym owner of The Lions Den in Colmar, Pennsylvania. He attended Albright College and played collegiate lacrosse. Joey’s most notable athletic feat as a poly-athlete is earning the 2019 United States Strongman (USS) Heavyweight National Champion title.
In episode 115 of Dave Tate’s Table Talk, Dave opens the flood gates to answer YOUR questions that you asked on his Instagram page.
Jim Wendler and Matt Rhodes to discuss training, coaching, consistency, discipline, and past Westside Barbell stories
They dive deep into strength training and Spell to Communicate, two significant modalities that encompass the whole child and form the basis for all other therapies.
In the final episode of Season 2, Dave Tate sits down to discuss Louie Simmons’ passing and the future of Dave Tate’s Table Talk Podcast.
Sam talks about what it was like going from “Training HIS Ass Off” to “Training YOUR Ass Off” and going from a participant to an assistant.
In this episode of Dave Tate’s Table Talk, Brian Carroll and Dave sit down and share a cigar and dive into what it means on going “all in” in the gym, not wanting to train, and how the hell these little guys deadlifting so much. Don’t miss this episode, filled with banter between friends and […]
You may be wondering how speed training, training volume, and crack houses all come up in one episode. Listen to find out.
Don’t miss the return of Jim Wendler in this exciting episode celebrating 100 episodes and 1,000,000 downloads of Dave Tate’s Table Talk.
Matt Mills and Brittany Diamond talk about training for both strongman and powerlifting, gross gym stories, and competition training.
In this Table Talk episode, Dave Tate addresses when he felt he was at his “BEST” and what made it possible.
The long-term impact powerlifting can have on health, and if it wrecks your body, as well as the current state of Multiply Powerlifting gear.
How to deal with the fear of lifting maximal weights, how to get paid as a Powerlifter, and the integration of GPP into your training.
Stan Efferding joins us on Dave Tate’s Table Talk to talk about everything related to lifting, business, and health. Watch Stan’s episode now.
Dave Tate and elitefts staff discuss old injuries and how they came to be at elitefts as well as what to expect from elitefts in the new year.
Piecing together what I’ve learned from Dave Tate, Jim Wendler, and Sam Brown, I added 70+ pounds to my total in a six-month period.
Ever wondered about the benefits of more sets? Maybe you’ve tried and got quickly fatigued? Dave explains the impact in his latest Table Talk.
Dave Tate goes solo to answer questions and give as much information on powerlifting as possible in two hours.
Sam shows Dave a conjugate crazy powerlifting video and keeps the surprises coming when he gives Dave a surprise Christmas gift LIVE.
Juji and Joey Szatmary review their squat-based lifting day with Dave Tate and Sam and delve into other topics like New Year’s resolutions.
How important is social media? Find out how Dave Tate runs his business on social media and what it takes to succeed in a niche market.
2022 is upon us and Dave Tate has a plan and goals for social media and how it will impact his business and the education he pushes out.
Take a deep dive into how you can work conjugate into your training if you are restricted by what your commercial gym offers.
Dave and Sam sit down to discuss what growth means, Dave’s best raw lifts, their training updates, and 1RM testing for football players.
Learn how to mitigate injury while under the bar and get the inside scoop on how Sam is peaking for his meet.
Listen to just how crazy this time of year gets for retailers (online or brick and mortar), and how to balance work and life (or not).
Don’t miss Dave and Sam going in-depth into why scratched bars are such a big deal and Dave’s life strategies he shares with Sam.
Dave Tate and Sam Brown discuss how injuries can make you better, perceived maxes, and Squid Game? What’s going on?
Dave Tate and Sam Brown talk about how Dave enters the void, their thoughts on max effort training, and trying geared lifting.
Are you a parent, educator, or personal trainer serving autistic children and young adults? If so, perfect your active role through The Power of a Note.
Today’s guest built a career as an athlete, intern (a ton), assistant, and director (a ton) until he landed in the NBA as the Head Strength and Conditioning coach for the Phoenix Suns. Listen to his story!
Growing up in the age of Men’s Health magazines, Chad Aichs had to weed through all the bullshit to be one of the strongest men in the world.
Social influencers Jujimufu and Szatstrength sit down with Dave Tate (after a brutal leg day) to talk training, business, and mindset.
If you like learning about lifting or need some guidance on where to begin when creating your own programs this is the episode for you.
We will beat puniness and weakness once and for all as we combine bodybuilding and powerlifting to form the ULTIMATE unity.
Dave Tate’s Table Talk is BACK for the 2nd season and the first episode back covers strength topics such as surgery, autoregulation, and more.
It’s a long way to the top so find the main players who’ll walk beside you to make you better along the way. It’s easy to find people that look impressive but are they really everything they say? Are they all fluff with no substance?
Nothing like getting together with pals and talking old powerlifting stories. From Louie Simmons trying to break your fingers after beating you in the stomach, to having rules made specifically about you.
JM Blakley and Dave Tate have had their fair share of tendon problems. From tears to tweaks, they’ve learned how to strengthen their tendons to help lengthen their careers and put up bigger numbers. From ultra-heavy reps to ultra-light ones, here’s a variety of tendon tools at your disposal.
Sometimes ego helps you out in powerlifting. Sometimes it doesn’t. Here’s where the ego will bite you, and how to mold yourself for your best lifting and life.
Everyone likes putting their own tweak on popular programming. Louie Simmons was not very receptive when he learned Mark Bell had changed his, however. You’d think a 180-pound squat PR would speak for itself, but apparently it was still no good.
What are people most interested in seeing on the podcast? Who would be the perfect guest? Which topics should be covered? Talking the future of the podcast and when Dave is returning!
Stop screwing up your deloads and you’ll see less back pain and significantly increased performance. Then stop screwing up how you tie your shoes! Done incorrectly, small movements can add up to exacerbate back pain.
If you’re struggling to make your workouts fit a new and tighter schedule, Dave Tate shares his pro tips for making 3-day and 2-day week splits work with great results.
Dave Tate and Brian Alsruhe both know you can’t do the same thing forever and expect results. In the pursuit of maximal performance, you have to find your way to step ahead of the crowd. How do you identify what your own edge is?
“The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the servants of their households. They no longer rise when elders enter the room…” — Socrates