Diagnosing & Fixing Wrists Rolling In The Bench Press

04/08/2021 Arian Khamesi 0

In this VIDEO, I go over a user-submitted question about the wrists rolling in the bench press. Since the person didn’t give any details about their specific situation, I go over and breakdown the general topic. First off, I go over how you should diagnose the problem so you know when it’s occurring. Is it only happening with max weights or with any weight? Is it only happening on the way up or also on Read More

Who Are You?

Written By: Kevin Cann This is the most important question that anyone could ask you.  When I ask this question, I am not asking your name, but instead asking who you are at the deepest of levels.  You can’t be great, unless you truly know who you are. This disconnect with who you are can cause some issues as well.  Often who we say we are does not align with our truer self.  This is where cognitive dissonance lies.  However, Read More

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Rulebook updated

04/07/2021 USA Powerlifting 0

All The rulebook has been updated and posted at the links below. All updates are in red. Many of the updates are not rule changes but clarifications to current rules that are not entirely clear based on the rulebook wording and create confusion for many referees. Technical Committee Page Rules and Bylaws Joe Warpeha Chairman, Technical Committee The post Rulebook updated first appeared on USA Powerlifting. Read More

Latest Powerlifting News (4/6/21)

04/06/2021 Arian Khamesi 0

In this VIDEO, I break down the latest news in the world of Powerlifting. At the IPF level, not much has changed. All the World Championships are still planned for the same locations and dates as before. In addition, at the NAPF level, not much has changed. The North American Championship is still going as planned since the dedicated video I made on the Championship. If you missed that video, then you can check it Read More

Powerlifting Meet Week Weight Cutting Overview

04/01/2021 Arian Khamesi 0

In this VIDEO, I do an overview of cutting weight the week of a Powerlifting meet. In many weight class sports, including Powerlifting, athletes manipulate their bodyweight the week of a competition in order to compete in a lower weight class. This can be done through removing water and food from the body, as well as other methods. To start off, I go over why a lifter shouldn’t do a water cut. If it’s your Read More