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History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 31 0

More Dumbbells I could make the obvious joke and point out the knee jerk reaction of many in the strength community who said, “Yeah, Dr. Ken wrote about dumbbells from a lot of self knowledge, he is a dumbbell because […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 30 0

Dumbbells In a world of specialization during an era of specialization, one of the lost aspects of effective training for powerlifters has come from the demise of dumbbell work. There are those like Louie Simmons who combine many new, innovative […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 29 2

More On Lee Moran and “The Incident” I was pleasantly surprised with the rather heavy response to the TITAN/ELEIKO Part Twenty Eight article of September, 2010. Before continuing the saga of Lee Moran’s 1,003 pound squat at the 1984 Senior […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 28 0

Rotation. [As we have in the past, the staff at Titan Support Systems would like to express gratitude to Mike Lambert of POWERLIFTING USA Magazine for the use of his superb photos of the lifters of a past era] The […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 27 0

More Philosophy of Abbreviated Routines. [As we have in the past, the staff at Titan Support Systems would like to express gratitude to Mike Lambert of POWERLIFTING USA Magazine for the use of his superb photos of the lifters of […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 26 0

The Philosophy of Abbreviated Routines. One of the long standing debates running through the powerlifting community was noted in a Powerlifting USA Magazine monthly column of mine many, many years ago. I discussed the use of what I termed “an […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 25 0

Zuver’s Hall of Fame Gym, Circa Late 1960’S. Anyone who has participated in the sport of powerlifting knows that there is but one publication that represents the sport of powerlifting, and it is POWERLIFTING USA. In the past few months […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 24 0

More “Training the Same” This Time from Brooklyn and Valley Stream! It may seem a bit unusual to begin a monthly column that is dedicated to my perspective on the history of becoming stronger and the sport of powerlifting with […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 23 1

Pat Casey and Southern California I had what I truly believe was the honor of providing a monthly column for Powerlifting USA Magazine every month for approximately twenty-three years. During that period of time, especially in the magazine’s formative years, […]

History of Powerlifting, Weightlifting and Strength Training – Part 22 0

Undue Influence Last month I made reference to what I believe is a fact among younger lifters who have made a foray into powerlifting history: almost everyone trained the same. It may be more accurate to state that many if […]

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