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Is Powerlifting Dying?

I've heard the proclamation "powerlifting is dying" for the last ten years. Those than unequivocally state what they assume should be obvious to all will site as examples of the impending powerlifting death: drug use, evolution of supportive gear, rule interpretations, and the most popular reason of them all; the

Injuries In The Gym: From Prehab to Rehab

This article  is written by Fred Ashford, who is a competitive Masters 2 (over 50) powerlifter who has set M2 records in the raw bench at 479lbs and raw deadlift at 655lbs. Injuries; the scourge of any powerlifter, weight lifter, and bodybuilder. This is a subject near and dear to my heart. In

On the Road Again: Tips for Training While Traveling

This article  is written by Fred Ashford, who is a competitive Masters 2 (over 50) powerlifter who has set M2 records in the raw bench at 479lbs and raw deadlift at 655lbs. Powerlifting requires a special environment to train and to hone our unique endeavors. Many mainstream gyms are considered "powerlifting friendly"

Upper Body Workout Routine: A Powerlifter’s Approach

This article  is written by Fred Ashford, who is a competitive Masters 2 (over 50) powerlifter who has set M2 records in the raw bench at 479lbs and raw deadlift at 655lbs. A solid bench press usually accounts for about 25% of a lifter’s total so having a strong and balanced

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