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TeamTPS Ladies at the 2019 RPS NH/Vt. State Powerlifting Championships

Watch the ladies from TeamTPS/TPS Method compete at the 2019 RPS NH/Vt. State Championships. We had a few RPS Pro totals, a few State Records and a few RPS World Records. They kicked ass. Music with permission The Bruisers Copyright 2019 tpsmethod.com By: C.J. Murphy   Follow us on Instagram @tpsmethod  

The Self-Worth of a Powerlifter

    Editor’s Note: I’d like to introduce you to and welcome Lones Green to the TPSmethod.com team as an author.  I am confident that Lones will give you thought provoking and intelligent commentary and advice on our sport.  Please enjoy and share his first column.        Recently, many powerlifters seem to be using

2019-04-25T21:03:25-04:00April 25th, 2019|Categories: Powerlifting|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

The Pros and Cons of Using Your Phone in the Gym

How to maximize results and minimize wasted time and health risks Welcome back to another article on how to get the best results from your TPSMethod.com membership. Today we are talking about you, your performance, your success and your phone. Your phone is an amazing piece of technology and it can be used for many

2018-11-23T20:29:41-04:00November 14th, 2018|Categories: Getting Started, Powerlifting, Training|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

What is RPE and how do you use it?

Welcome to the TPSmethod.com. In our programs we use a blend of RPE and percentage based training in order to give you maximum results. Why do we do it this way? Simple. As the programs are written for a variety of people and not for an individual, we need to account for different personality types,

TPSMethod.com Program Guidance

Welcome to the TPSMethod.com. I am sure you have a lot of questions on how to use the site and the programs to get the best results! Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. This article will give you some insight into how to use our site and the programs. We have two primary types of