Few Words on Volume

Written by: Kevin Cann   I was reading a thread that was about me on the internet yesterday and this topic was mentioned. Surprisingly, the thread was overwhelmingly positive in regard to the information about the way in which PPS does things.  This was a nice change of pace from the usual negativity.   One of … Continue reading Few Words on Volume

How Important/Individualized Should Technique Be?

Written by: Kevin Cann   Everyone is their own little unique snowflake.  American culture, especially embraces the individual much more than the group.  We see this play out in powerlifting quite frequently in the way that technique is taught, or better yet, ignored.   I have honestly struggled with this.  In the past I was … Continue reading How Important/Individualized Should Technique Be?

“Evidence Based” is the New “Functional Fitness”: IDGAF About Your Science

Written by: Kevin Cann   I will admit that that title is quite a bit of clickbait.  I just did not know what to title it and wanted to get started.  To be honest, I read a lot of the research.  However, I am selective on what I read.   I really do not give … Continue reading “Evidence Based” is the New “Functional Fitness”: IDGAF About Your Science

My Implementation of “Speed Work”

Written by: Kevin Cann   Over the course of the last 4-5 years we have gone from running a very “Sheiko-esque” program, to switching gears a bit and making it more intensity focused.  Don’t get me wrong, there are still lots of influences from Sheiko within our programs.   I still am big on technique … Continue reading My Implementation of “Speed Work”

Technique + Strength + Skill, Oh My

  Written by: Kevin Cann   I have officially been involved in the sport of powerlifting for 5 years now.  I literally had to do the math a few times because I did not believe it.  The older I get the faster that time seems to move.  My daughter is somehow 11 years old too! … Continue reading Technique + Strength + Skill, Oh My