Каждый человек приходящий в тренажерный зал ставит перед собой определенную цель, кто-то хочет стать сильным, кто-то увеличить мышечную массу, кто-то сбросить лишний вес, я пришел в тренажерный зал, чтобы стать сильным. При собственном весе 46 килограммов и росте 150 сантиметров занимаясь 1 месяц, я показал неплохие результаты в пауэрлифтинге, в приседаниях 100 килограммов в жиме лежа 70 килограммов и тяге 110 килограммов.
В спорте всегда очень важно тренироваться под руководством грамотного тренера, мне в этом плане повезло, я попал в руки моего первого и единственного тренера Игоря Деревянко, который сразу взялся за мою подготовку к соревнованиям. У каждого спортсмена в пауэрлифтинге. я так думаю, есть свое любимое упражнение, у меня это жим лежа, мое любимое упражнение в троеборье.
Every person who comes to the gym puts before itself a definite purpose, someone wants to become strong, someone to increase muscle mass who to lose weight, I came to the gym to get strong. With weight of 46 kg and height 150 cm, doing 1 a month, I showed good
results in powerlifting, in the squat 100 kg bench press 70 kg and deadlift 110 kg.
In sport it is always important to train under the guidance of a competent coach, I’ve been lucky, I fell into the hands of my first and only coach Igor Derevyanko who immediately took up my preparation for the competition. Each athlete in powerlifting, my opinion is my favorite exercise, bench press, my favorite exercise in powerlifting.
I wasn’t planning to go to a Part Three in this series of articles that specifically questioned whether consistently performing the three competitive powerlifts made one a “powerlifter” or if actually competing in what can only be termed a legitimate contest made one a
“powerlifter.” Quoting from last month’s installment, I raised the question (and many might state, I “begged the question” utilizing its formal meaning), “While utilizing the three competitive lifts to become muscularly larger and stronger can be and usually is beneficial, performing these on a regular basis does not mean that one is ‘powerlifting.’ It is only when one trains to specifically compete against others doing the three lifts under the circumstances of a judged standard do they earn the right to be called a powerlifter…”
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