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Hamster Wheel Syndrome

Hamster Wheel Syndrome

by Alyssa Smith Life today is overwhelmingly busy and always on. We seem to have endless responsibilities to juggle day in and day out- Peddling the daily hamster wheel leaves very little time or energy for anything other than daily...

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Moments that Make Us

Moments that Make Us

by Cameron St. Amand In sport we find enjoyment from the many aspects of the nature of competition, from adversity, challenge, and especially in strength sports the objective result of success; knowing our work pays off by seeing our numbers...

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My Take on Fitspiration

My Take on Fitspiration

by Teresa Parsons Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the intersection of women’s sport and social media–popularly called “fitspiration”–and about how my own social media presence is lacking. As we begin to spend more and more of our time...

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Mental Barriers When Lifting

Mental Barriers When Lifting

by Mark Wasson Everyone’s been there when they have been stuck at a certain weight barrier and unable to surpass it. Whether it be the 1000lbs or 100lbs, for some a barrier often needs to be defeated mentally first before...

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To Be or Not To Be...Your Own Coach

To Be or Not To Be...Your Own Coach

by Ryan Stinn I first started powerlifting in 2004; this was when powerlifting was basically so underground that information was not readily available. The most easily found information on the internet was about multi-ply lifting in the USA, from gyms...

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