Written By: Kevin Cann There are so many things that go into getting stronger and writing a good program. However, I feel all too often there is a major focus on only one of them, volume. Now, we can’t deny the importance of volume to getting stronger. There needs to be an adequate … Continue reading It Is Not All About Volume
Jess had an experience lifting that is very common for many of us that compete in powerlifting. She agreed to share it here. Written by: Jessica Burdick Most days I wake up fairly motivated to get the day started and finish feeling satisfied. Satisfaction for me is big. Satisfaction for me comes from work … Continue reading Ever Feel Like Not Lifting? Me Too
Written by: Kevin Cann This was a topic of discussion over the last week. In fact, I had a local gym owner even throw a dig at me in an article about this topic. It made me realize that ignorance runs rampant on this subject matter. This is one of my biggest problems with … Continue reading My Take on Mobility Work
Written by: Kevin Cann I have had quite a few rants about this lately and felt like it be a good article topic. This coupled with a few more people joining Team Precision, it makes it even that much more important for me to get this information out there. Everyone wants fast results … Continue reading Do You Have Discipline?
Written by: Kevin Cann Variations make up an important part of our programming. With Sheiko, about 60% of my total volume comes from what he calls “special exercises.” These special exercises consist of varying our competition movement in some slight way to fix technical issues within the competition lift itself. For example, we … Continue reading How I Use Variations and Their Importance