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Moustache Files: Interview with Mikelina Belaineh

2012 USAPL Women’s 198lb National Champion, 2013 USAPL Raw Women’s 84kg Open and Junior National Champion, 2014 IPF-USA Raw World Junior Team Member Tell us a little about yourself. How long have you been powerlifting? I’ve been powerlifting for 2 years. I started at A&M after a member of the A&M powerlifting team saw me

Moustache Files: Interview with Mikelina Belaineh

2012 USAPL Women’s 198lb National Champion, 2013 USAPL Raw Women’s 84kg Open and Junior National Champion, 2014 IPF-USA Raw World Junior Team Member Tell us a little about yourself. How long have you been powerlifting? I’ve been powerlifting for 2 years. I started at A&M after a member of the A&M powerlifting team saw me

The Female Fitness Formula For Looking And Feeling Amazing

Something different from Molly Galbraith of Girls Gone Strong: The Female Fitness Formula For Looking And Feeling Amazing Yes, it’s true.  There’s actually a fitness formula to help women look and feel their absolute best.  Can you believe it? So I know what you’re thinking.  If I have this formula, why am I writing this

You’re Missing the Point

Guest Article by Greg Robins of The Strength House: Greg Robins will be at TPS for the Train Outside the Box seminar this July. Read this article and see why he is so awesome we asked him to be here. You’re Missing the Point by Greg Robins This article can serve as a preview of

2018-08-30T13:54:45+00:00April 28th, 2014|Categories: Training|Tags: , , |0 Comments

A comedy of errors: My first powerlifting meet

A comedy of errors: My first powerlifting meet by Scott Schirmer Originally I had an idea for an article on some hurdles I dealt with in my first year of training. I had even got the first few paragraphs written but decided to wait to finish it till after my first meet which was a

2014-01-28T18:13:24+00:00January 28th, 2014|Categories: Training|2 Comments

4 Quick Tips To Prevent CNS Burnout

If you’ve been reading up on fitness information recently, one thing that you’ve likely heard about before is over training. Over training is a very serious and real thing and something that can start to impact those who try and push just a little too hard – over and beyond what their body is capable

2018-08-30T13:49:18+00:00December 26th, 2013|Categories: Training|0 Comments

My Road to a 700-Pound Deadlift, by Adam Pine

This article will outline how I trained my deadlift for the RPS/TPS meet, October 12th & 13th, 2013. I competed in the 242 weight class and I weighed in at 230 pounds, which was about 5 pounds less than my broken scale said. For this competition, I had written out a 15-week block-periodization program. The

2018-08-30T13:49:55+00:00November 26th, 2013|Categories: Training|0 Comments