Everybody wants a nice 6-pack, but what about your obliques? Shredding enough fat from your midsection is enough to get you some definition, but having some fish gill obliques is what will set you apart from everyone else. The obliques are a functional part of your body and they are one of the most under-trained […]
Asthma sucks. Whether you have been suffering from this annoying condition ever since you were a wee lad with dreams of powerlifting grandeur, or if you have only started suffering from it later in life, you know that this problem (I’m not calling it an illness because you’re not sick) can severely affect your performance
So I was scouring the internet to see what’s new and I ran across a story of a lovely lady named Shirley Webb that can deadlift 225 for reps and now even higher. When I first read this, 2 things came to mind: 1.) I hope I can just make it to 78. 2.) How
Editor’s Note: Ali Hines reached out to me on Powerlifting Source’s Facebook page and told me about her story. I wanted to share with you this story. On December 1st, 2014, I was in a major car accident. I was texting and driving, slid on a black sheet of ice, and hit an electric pole.
This article has one goal and one goal only; to light the biggest fire up under your ass to get out there and smash your goals. I haven’t done as many motivational type of posts as I would like to, so what better of a time than now. Cutty’s 10 Favorite Powerlifting Motivation Videos I