Steve Thompson
Steve Thompson

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Steve is a New Zealand Powerlifting Record holder and founder of Getstrength.com. He has competed in two IPF World Powerlifting Championships.Steve holds four New Zealand Powerlifting records and two All-round Weightlifting World records. Competed in the sport of Powerlifting for more than 18 years.Specialties: strength and conditioning.

How to use the Front Squat Harness All-Sport Correctly

In my last article “Are there any disadvantages to the Front Squat Harness All Sport (compact), other than not being able to do Zercher Squats”  I touched on how to use the new Getstrength Front Squat Harness All-Sport. In this article, I would like to go into more detail on technique with the Harness. Now the new […]

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Are there any Disadvantages to the Front Squat Harness All Sport (compact) other than not being able to do Zercher Squats?

Are there any disadvantages to the Front Squat Harness All Sport (compact), other than not being able to do Zercher Squats? Are there any disadvantages to the Front Squat Harness All Sport (compact), other than not being able to do Zercher Squats? Thanks for the question… The Front Squat Harness All Sport (compact) has limited […]

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12 Week Front Squat Cycle

Front Squat Harness Strength Cycle. I get asked all the time about weights lifted with the Front Squat Harness, what are good weights to be lifting at my bodyweight, what the heaviest weight shifted with the Harness etc As sole manufactures and worldwide distributors of the Getstrength Front Squat Harness since 2001, we at Getstrength.com have seen some huge […]

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What is the difference between the normal standard Wrist Wraps and the new GS Power Wraps?

Hi, What is the difference between the normal standard Wrist Wraps and the new GS Power Wraps you guys are now selling? How do I use the new GS Power Wrap? Thanks very much for the questions. The biggest difference is the material the GS wrist wraps/supports are made from. The normal GS standard Wrist Wraps are […]

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