Vladislava Dlugnevskaya - 16 years old, 61,1kg BW and 108.5kg bench press

by Natalia Trapeznikova

Now lets talk about girls!
Vladislava Dlugnevskaya became Russia Elite when she was just 11 years old. Today she is 16 and at Russia Cup IPL/URP/BPBF in Suzdal she hit all of us by amazing bench press!
She made 102,5-105-107,5 in three flies and established new record in 4th fly - 108,5kg!
By the way... this is drug-tested division and her body weight is 61,1kg!
Take a look!

Olympia qualifier in Russia

* by Natalia Trapeznikova

Оксана Кузнецова is getting qualify for Olympia.
She already has done squats 132,5-142,5-152,5 in equipped powerlifting, body weight 52kg.

SATURDAY – Interviews, chats and talks on video

Power Project: Optimal Powerlifting Diet

Published on Jun 6, 2016
Is there an optimal way to eat for Powerlifitng? What should my macros be? Should I be flexible dieting, eating low carb, or low fat?

SATURDAY – weekly readings: Matt Ladewski and Joe Schillero

4 Powerlifting Trump Cards You Should Hold Onto

By Matt Ladewski

You have dreams of breaking world records running through your head. Before you start mimicking the training of the world record holders, know that it might hurt your progress. Reaching record breaking numbers will require a big base. And without that base, it will be hard to complete that type of training. To climb to the top of the mountain you will need to master the basics before moving on to more advanced training.

IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships 2016- Live!

Check out the 2016 IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships held in Killeen, TX
The meet runs from Sunday June 19th - Sunday June 26th
( IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships 2016- Live! )

BANDS BUILD A BIG BENCH PRESS?

Training footage and instruction from Mark Bell at Supertraining Gym!

"Mark Bell and crew smash on some band bench press

to build massive lockout power and to overload the body.
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Awesomeness of the week #2: Steffen Smith, Ernie Lilliebridge JR, Andrey Malanichev and Jennifer Thompson

Many of the lifts that we all want to watch don’t happen at a meet, but as the lifter is training at a gym. These “gym videos” are not only great as sports news, but they build the expectation towards the meets to come. So here you are, the awesome lifts of the week!

Steffen Smith 705 Squat

FRIDAY – awesomeness of the week #1: Tim Sowards, Jimmy House, Richard Hawthorne and Jordan Wong

Many of the lifts that we all want to watch don’t happen at a meet, but as the lifter is training at a gym. These “gym videos” are not only great as sports news, but they build the expectation towards the meets to come. So here you are, the awesome lifts of the week!

Tim Sowards - 405x 11 deadlifts TB

Powerlifting in the news: news from India, Iran and Mexico

VJ Ramya gets into powerlifting (from India)

TNN | Jun 12, 2016, 11.33 AM IST

It looks like VJ and anchor Ramya is trying her hands at many things. The O Kadhal Kanmani actress recently took part in a powerlifting championship. She posted on her micro-blogging page, "Going for the gold with 75lbs benchpress in the district level powerlifting championship! My final lift was a big moment.Thank u all!I am what u made me❤🙏🏻.️Strength is truly its own reward."

THURSDAY – Technique demonstration of the week

Some of the most appreciated videos in the strength and conditioning world in general and powerlifting in particular are the technique demonstrations. Sometimes it is not enough to explain technique in text, and pictures are useful, but everything is about movement, right? So here are some technique videos:

BOSS OF BOSSES RETURNS

Dan Green WILL be competing in his very own Boss of Bosses 3 Meet this coming August.
Surrounded by the power of his Animal brethren,
no doubt this should be a powerlifting competition full of world record-setting performances.

Meet preparation/Strategy of the week #3: Brett Gibbs, Hannah Chan and David Douglas

Outstanding competitive results are not result of chance or luck: they are built on a daily basis during a preparation period. Check out what experienced members of our community are doing to reach their desired results.

Brett Gibbs

Big squat session tonight - 275kg / 606lb for 3 sets of 3.
This has been one of the hardest peaks of my life for so many reasons. You will never see me give up, i'm to into this. My passion is real. Guys I would love it if you SHARED this video, show your support!

Meet preparation/Strategy of the week #2: Ernie Lilliebridge Sr., Daniel Tinajero and Mary Killion

Outstanding competitive results are not result of chance or luck: they are built on a daily basis during a preparation period. Check out what experienced members of our community are doing to reach their desired results.

Ernie Lilliebridge Sr. - 6-6-16 - Heavy Deadlifts

Great day training with Eric (Ernie Jr still off and waiting for PRP treatment).
Very leerily of L knee, and how far I'd be able to push it due to last weeks injury while squatting.
Everything felt ok and moved easy, but I was favoring it and leaning forward to keep it safe and lower pain.
My L knee gave out with the 320kg/705lbs, and the weight shot forward and put me on my toes. Had to muscle it up out of form, which makes the lift 10 X harder to do!
For the top set, I just gave it a slow and steady pull without a "Hit", and it stayed in the grove. Hopefully knee will get better (just had PRP!) and I'll be able to use more speed next time!

WEDNESDAY – Meet preparation/Strategy of the week #1: Nick Wright, Dennis Cornelius and Maliek Derstine

Outstanding competitive results are not result of chance or luck: they are built on a daily basis during a preparation period. Check out what experienced members of our community are doing to reach their desired results.

Nick Wright - Race To 405 Bench Press

365 STRONG Powerlifting Federation News...Fast and Furious!

For the 365 STRONG PF good news travels fast. We just completed the Carolina Cup Push Pull Classic and now we're preparing for the big event at the Charlotte Europa Games Expo, our Charlotte EUROPA Games Powerlifting Championships, hosted at the Charlotte Convention Center!

First the Carolina Cup. Two of our female competitors, Bela Ghosh and Sujata Bhakat, traveled 35 hours from India to take back two 1st place awards (Open & Masters) in their respective weight classes. Master lifters Dawn Bogart (132) and Maureen Clary (148) each posted Elite lifts both in the bench and deadlift. Their lifts also put both toward the top of the American Record leader board.