This VIDEO is part of a series where I go over Powerlifting mistakes I made and mistakes I see in beginner Powerlifters. In the first video in the series, I went over why you should fix your technique as early as you can. Now, for the second video in the series, I’m going over why you shouldn’t neglect the things you don’t like doing or the things you aren’t good at. Many of us naturally like and enjoy doing the things we’re good at. But when it comes to Powerlifting, you don’t want to neglect factors that are important to your progress just because you don’t like doing them. This is true whether it’s a lift, accessory work, warming up, prehab/rehab work, hydration, or anything else. In fact, oftentimes, the things we don’t like doing are the things that we need to be doing the most and will help us the most when it comes to staying injury-free and continuing to progress.
So be sure to be unbiased towards yourself and don’t neglect the important things you need to do to achieve the goals you want to achieve. If you want to know what are the important factors to size and strength, then check out my video on the topic linked below. In addition, to learn more about how to fix your Powerlifting squat, bench press, and deadlift technique, then check out the lift-specific playlists I’ve made below. These playlists will help you become more efficient in all the powerlifts and help you dominate on the platform.