Category Archives: Strength Training Articles

What Deadlifting Shoes Should I Wear and Why?

What Deadlifting Shoes Should I Wear and Why? Flat sole (chucks) – molded sole flat shoes,  solid heel weightlifting shoes or running shoes? Running shoes are just that running shoes, designed to cushion your feet against impact with soles that compress and spring back, all things a powerlifter doesn’t want. This will rob the lifter […]

Back to the bar, strength training for masters – Kevin Strachan

Back to the bar, strength training for masters Here we go again a new training year and to be honest 2016 was going to be my last year. I was inspired to keep going by a follow masters lifter Geoffrey Lewis Australia,  who started lifting at 61 years of age and is now 68 and still […]

We don’t leave anyone behind- PART 1 – CULTURE By John Rahme

Driving back into the city of Sydney after watching a game of rugby league with two good friends of mine and one of their friends whom I just met and seemed to be a really nice quite softly spoken fellow. We enter a surrounding suburb called Surry hills only 5 minutes away from the heart […]

PLAY TRAIN – By John Rahme Part 2

“There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do” – Derek Jeter “So, what do you think you need to change or do better at training?” I ask this young enthusiastic athlete. This question came about when I was engaged to help […]

Break Through That Workout Plateau

Hitting a plateau in your workout can be discouraging. The same thing that has worked for you now isn’t. And, you are stuck. It’s frustrating, and you need answers.  The good news is a plateau is normal.  And the better news is that there are many things that can be done to help you bust […]

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