Let me start this blog post by saying that I do not believe there are any two people in the world who agree 100% about anything, unless they are stupid or brain washed. In the strength training business there are few who I find myself agreeing with. This is because there is more BS in […]
Jason Blaha talks about the minimum amount of training someone can do and still make progress. This is something which anyone like myself, who has been training for decades, recognises as the vitally important ‘minimum effective dose principal’. Personally, I think that twice a week is ideal. It gives you good progress and frequency, especially […]
Paul Horn gives one of the best explanations of the workings of the Texas Method I have ever seen. But I am including it here mainly because during this presentation he also gives his altered version for older lifters. This is brilliant! The Texas Method is so tough because of the Volume day. But here […]
IT Analyst and Mensan Nigel David Kelly on how he became a chmapion powelifter… at the age of 50. The below article appeared in British Mensa magazine in August 2014 and is reproduced here with the permission of British Mensa.
MAXX POWER CHAMPIONSHIPS 31 May 2014 1st Place
DEADLIFT CHAMPIONSHIPS 22 February 2014
Raw Power Championships 2nd November 2013
The following article appeared in the newspaper The Mourne Observer in April 2013.
Deadlift Championship 30 March 2013
1st place Bench Press Championships Masters 2 93kg class. 22 February 2013. My first Powerlfting Meet.