We sit down with Ryan Fowler, chair of the CPU Coaching Committee to discuss the recently launched Coaching Certification Program.
Blaine Sumner comes on to chat about his unorthodox training since he won the Worlds in 2016 and how he’s using this training to make himself the best ever. He also discusses his coaching and we have Rhaea Stinn come on as a special guest as she is currently being coached by Blaine.
We sit down with Connor Lutz, a multi-time international competitor, former world record holder and all around nice guy. He discussing how he sets up his own training and how he developed that style.
We sit down and have a great conversation with Keith about a number of topics including his warm up and training routine as well as his competitive history and the 2017 World team.
We sit down with Joel, the meet director for 2017 Nationals and the president of the QPF. We discuss both of those topics as well as his well established and very competitive club, Mo-Fo Barbell.
Brody sits down with us to discuss his training and how it’s progressed from RPE to percentage based. His club and how it’s transformed over the years and how working shift work has forced him to modify the way he trains.
We sat down and talked with Trent about his year of lifting, both worlds and recently his performance at provincials. We asked him why he squats so much, how he plans his training cycle intensities and why he has such a fresh cut all the time.
We chat with Maria Htee, the highest wilks holder in the womens classic division in Canada. We discuss her training, her recovery protocol, her experience at worlds and more!
The three of us sit down and chat about a few topics that have come up recently. Staying motivated when you aren’t competing soon, competing through adversity or injury, deloading, and more.
We sit down the two time World Champion Brett Gibbs and talk about his lifting from worlds as well as how he models his training as well as the training for his athletes.
The three of us sit down to discuss five key characteristics of high performing athletes. Episode inspired by our time at IPF Classic World’s.
This week just the three of us sit down to discuss Classic Worlds in Killeen Texas. We talk about Steve’s lifting and also about the importance of building a total.
We sit down with Dr Marc Morris to discuss his insights on nutrition from both a long term view as well as a short term view for making a weight class.
Our guests this week are Mallory Rowan of LVD Fitness and Maggie Morgan. Mallory talks about starting LVD Fitness and how it has grown. Maggie discusses training for her first international event.
Joanne Rieber happened to be in Moose Jaw so we decided to sit down and chat with her for a short conversation on upcoming worlds and this years nationals.
Aras Kvedaras, chiropractor extraordinaire, joins us this week to talk about his work with the Canadian Powerlifting Union and some tips and tricks for people to try to stay healthy.
Stef Puddicome is our guest and we talk about her performance at Nationals and the Arnold. We also get into cutting weight and how the mental game changes and adapts over time.
JP Cauchi is one of the best 66kg lifters on the planet in the classic division. He holds the junior world records in the squat and deadlift and has won junior worlds twice. He is also quite an accomplished coach having worked with some of the best lifters around.
Adam Ramzy may be one of the most well rounded lifters in Canada and he continues to improve by tracking metrics like it’s his job. Listen up and take something away from this.
We got a chance to sit down with two of the best female lifters in Canada, Kacey Baines and Sarah Leighton. They have both been in the sport a long time and we have a great conversation around training, competing and the changes in the sport.
We sit down with the Commonwealth coaching team and discuss what it’s like to be thrust into a high pressure coaching situation with a hundred athletes in a week.