On this page you will find articles pertaining to proper training mindsets, how to think about training from an objective perspective, theoretical approaches to training, and how to make better decisions to improve your performance in the gym and on the platform.

Author: Shane Martin When you first get into equipped powerlifting it can be daunting and confusing. There are limited resources
Weekly Progressions and Training Expectations - By Hayden Pritchard I had to train early this morning.  This was not normal,
Velocity training with Landyn Hickmott I would like to start off this article by saying that the Velocity-Based Training Courses
Velocity Training with Landyn Hickmott I would like to start off this article by saying that the Velocity-Based Training Courses
Velocity Training With Landyn Hickmott I would like to start off this article by saying that the Velocity-Based Training Courses
There have been times when I struggled with the choice of whether to withdraw from a meet that I had
I'm writing this because as an athlete, it's something I need to keep in mind.  And as a coach, I know many of you need to keep it in mind as well.  Here's to getting better.Today's Front Squat session was objectively awesome. I managed 565x1 @8.5 RPE. This ties what I did last week --
Training isn’t everything... But…let’s rewind for a moment.  Most of us know we need to train really hard in order
This article is for the coaches... It's not that athletes have nothing to gain from it. It's just that if
by Mike Tuchscherer, 16 March 2020 With many gyms around the world now closing for the next several weeks due