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History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 72 0

What Don’t You Get? Wrapping It Up. I believe my point has been made definitively that a broader view of training, one that includes an awareness of health, longevity, and being strong and healthy for one’s lifetime should be within […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 71 0

What Don’t You Get? Part 2. I wasn’t planning a “Part 2” as an accompaniment to last month’s column, nor do I like to lift entire paragraphs from a pervious installment of this series but I closed Part 70 with […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 70 1

Due to computer related issues that could not be rectified for a number of weeks, we apologize for the interruption in the posting of Dr. Ken’s column. All problems have been successfully fixed and Dr. Ken and Titan apologize to […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 69 1

Talking Diversity in Lifting Ability Part Five In Part 68 of this ongoing monthly column, I wrote: “While bodybuilding was not ‘my thing,’ I believe I can safely say that very few Olympic weightlifters or powerlifters first saw a barbell […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 68 0

Talking Diversity in Lifting Ability Part Four If reader feedback is any measure of accuracy, even operating under the assumption that most TITAN SUPPORT SYSTEM readers are powerlifters, there is widespread agreement with the statements I have made in the […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 67 1

Talking Diversity in Lifting Ability Part Three In last month’s column, a computer “explosion” forced me to produce my monthly article as a lengthy e mail, hastily sent to Titan Support System’s editor. Being thankful for many things during the […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 66 1

I was very late entering the computer age and still do not own a cell phone. I have few skills beyond sending e mail and utilizing the computer keyboard as one would a typewriter to compose articles. When my computer […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 65 2

Talking Diversity in Lifting Ability Part 2 Not everyone believes that watching a lifting contest is “a good thing.” I directed my first powerlifting meet in the late-1970’s and it was “de facto direction” if it was anything. My friends […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 64 0

Talking Diversity in Lifting Ability Although the emphasis is always on powerlifting in our series of TITAN articles, very much like the features I wrote for more than two consecutive decades for the sorely missed Powerlifting USA Magazine, the related […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training Part 63 0

Logic, Equipment, CrossFit (and that is a trademarked name)! One More Time For “The Other Side” Of the many responses that were evoked by last month’s article that focused upon the CrossFit phenomenon sweeping the nation if not the world, […]

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