You may be asking yourself, have I got the ideal body to become an elite powerlifter ? am I to tall/short ? are my arms too long and my legs too short ? In this article I take a look at the data from several powerlifting studies looking at the human body and how it performs in the sport of Powerlifting.
This is a common question found on popular internet fitness and bodybuilding sites due to the increased popularity of the sport of Powerlifting. The answer depends on your starting point, a beginner can be a complete fitness novice or they can be a semi-experienced gym rat who is looking to make the next step. Below I will cover the process for a complete fitness novice. Continue reading
Weight Plates in Meet Warm-up Room
As a strength athlete, there is nothing quite like stepping onto the lifting platform to compete in the sport of powerlifting. So why should you make the big leap from gym rat or bodybuilder to power-lifter ? Continue reading
It is the beginning of a new training cycle for Gympie Powerlifting. I will be coaching at Gympie City Gym on the following days and times.
Gympie Powerlifting Training Times
These are open training sessions where all are welcome to come and ask questions or simply just join in with our training. Gym access is members only. For private coaching outside of these session times or at an alternate gym please contact Gympie Powerlifting
“What equipment do I need for Powerlifting?” is a common question asked by beginners looking to compete in the sport for the first time. The other big question comes form those who are experienced with general strength training in the gym who ask “Can I use my (insert Object) at my first powerlifting meet?”. Below I will look at the essential powerlifting equipment, optional powerlifting equipment and specific powerlifting federation rules. Continue reading