My Self Analysis and Some Changes to Programming

Written by: Kevin Cann   Every year I like to look back and reflect on how well I did as a coach.  I try to look at everything and see what things I am doing well and what things I need to improve upon.  I usually do this after Nationals, but since I have grown … Continue reading My Self Analysis and Some Changes to Programming

The Importance of Variation and GPP

Written by: Kevin Cann   This is a topic that came up multiple times within the last few days for me.  It is something that I think is very important and something that I think a lot of coaches miss the mark with.   In a conversation with Zac Cooper, he made a great point.  … Continue reading The Importance of Variation and GPP

Importance of Data Collection and Volume Manipulation in Powerlifting

Written by: Kevin Cann   I collect a ton of data. I collect number of lifts, total number of competition lifts without variation, percent of lifts that are squat, bench press, and deadlift, total tonnage, ACWR, and average relative intensities.  I do this daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly in a spreadsheet.   I would not go … Continue reading Importance of Data Collection and Volume Manipulation in Powerlifting

Daily Maxes

Written by: Kevin Cann   It has been a couple of months since I started instituting some daily maxes with the Precision Powerlifting crew.  Not everyone gets these and not everyone gets them for all 3 lifts.   The lifter much show adequate technique in the lift before they get a heavy single.  This technique … Continue reading Daily Maxes

USAPL Northeast Regionals Recap

Written by: Kevin Cann   This past weekend was the first USAPL Northeast Regionals that we attended as Precision Powerlifting Systems.  Crazy to think that it has only been 7 months since we changed training facilities and have been our own entity.  Feels like it has been much longer than that.   With that said, … Continue reading USAPL Northeast Regionals Recap