In this VIDEO, I go over how you can strengthen your weakest lift or weakest lifts. This is another user-submitted topic that’s fairly broad, so I break the problem down into a number of different factors.
First off, you need to have realistic expectations. Lots of lifters overestimate what can be achieved in the short term. In addition, lots of lifters think they’re much weaker than they actually are. So, it’s important to be realistic with how competitive each of your lifts currently is and what’s a reasonable amount of progress that can be made in the short term.
From there, I break the problem down into a number of training factors including technique, volume, frequency, weak point training, and more. In addition, I go over the mental aspect of dealing with your weakest lift.
And if you want to go more in-depth into your weakest lift to learn all about how to improve it, then check out my playlists linked below. I have a Squat Tips Playlist, Bench Tips Playlist, and Deadlift Tips Playlist with all kinds of tips and tricks to help you build up those lifts.
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My name is Arian Khamesi and I’m a Powerlifting Coach under The Strength Guys. In addition, I’m involved in the sport of Powerlifting as an athlete, meet director, referee, scoring manager, committee member, and more. On this channel, I produce videos that are beneficial for Powerlifting athletes, coaches, meet directors, and referees. The videos will be most applicable to those involved in an International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) affiliate, like USA Powerlifting (USAPL). But many of the tips and tricks can also be used for those involved in other Powerlifting federations.