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Darkhorse 07-24-2006 10:05 PM

Powerlifting Articles Database
 
Powerlifting Database


Most of these found on fortifiediron.net.

MM Training Article by Sebastian Burns

Westside Philosophy:

Westside Seminar - In PDF Format
Winning Attitude by J.M. Blakely
Periodization Bible : Linear Periodization
Periodization Bible : Conjugated Periodization
Westside Articles

Westside:

The Eight Keys, Part I
The Eight Keys, Part II
The Eight Keys, Part III
The Eight Keys, Part IV
9 week basic program - This is great. Peaked linked it, too, but it's a classic.
Training methods
The repetition method
Conjugate method
More on the conjugated method
Developing special strengths

Squat:

Squatting by DR. Mel Siff
How To Squat
The Box Squat
Learn to Squat
Squat 900 lbs
Why you should box squat
Squatting from head to toe
Box squats
Squatting in the 800's and 900's

Bench:

How To Bench Press
Training the Bench
Bench Press 600 lbs
How to bench press 500 easy
Bench Set-Up

Deadlift:

How to Deadlift
Ed Coan Deadlift Routine
Deadlift training
Westside deadlift training
Coan-Phillipi Deadlift Routine Calculator


Core:
Back and Ab Training
Torso training for squat and deadlift

Article Archives:

Dragondoor Publication : Eastern power
Deepsquatter Archives
Deepsquatter Misc
EliteFTS
House of Pain
Weight Trainers United

Misc.:

Debunking the Myths
Chains & Bands
Bands and Chains

New!!! Russian Workouts:

General Russian Theory
Russian Training Link - Sheiko - TONS OF LINKS!! GREAT INFO!

Korte 3x3:

Conjugate 3x3
3 x 3 - Part 1 - Basic Information
3 x 3 - Part 2 - Squat: High Volume & Competition
3 x 3 - Part 3 - Bench Press: High Volume & Competition
3 x 3 - Part 4 - Deadlift: High Volume & Competition
3 x 3 - Part 5 - The Annual Plan Jan-July
3 x 3 - Part 6 - The Annual Plan July-November

Rusko:

Boris Sheiko: Beginners' training program #1
Boris Sheiko: Beginners' training program #2 - these are deceivingly complex and demanding. Physically and mentally. Go easy - they're not as simple as they look.
Boris Sheiko: Monthly training plan #1 of Candidates to Master of Sport and Masters of Sport in preparation period
Boris Sheiko: Bench Press Training System
Yuri Ustinov - Sheiko training test
Russian Routine
Smolov: Add up to 100 Pounds to Your Squat in Thirteen Weeks
My Smolov Squat Experiment - Great read!!
The Development of the Russian Conjugate Sequence System
Russian Training Theory

Health:

Elbow Pain

fz1 07-25-2006 05:49 PM

Thanks for posting this. A ton of info here

verbatimreturned 07-25-2006 06:11 PM

That is an amazing post, EXTREMELY helpful

Darkhorse 07-25-2006 06:14 PM

It took me over an hour last night to weed through every single one and hyperlink it. A lot of other forums have most of this as well, but 30% of their links don't work. It'll continue to grow over time. :)

ChinPieceDave667 07-26-2006 07:01 AM

oh man is this a nice little put together. Very nice. :hbang:

EricT 10-16-2006 03:03 PM

Hey 0311 the Excel spreadsheet for the Koan Deadlift Routine doesn't seem to be available but here is a calulator that people could use to quickly figure out the program:

Koan-Phillipi Deadlift Routine Calculator

Thought you might be interested in adding it to the main post.

Also I don't know if this may be worth adding to the Articles Archives section of your post

Weight Trainers United

Darkhorse 10-16-2006 10:01 PM

Good stuff! The deadlift routine looks killer!

EricT 10-17-2006 09:56 AM

Yeah. I mispelled Coan as Koan. LOL, I'd like to do it but I've decided that as well as I'm doing with deadlift my lower back couldn't actually handle a specialized routine. As it is I'm kinda riding the limit.

Darkhorse 10-17-2006 05:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eric3237 (Post 23779)
Yeah. I mispelled Coan as Koan. LOL, I'd like to do it but I've decided that as well as I'm doing with deadlift my lower back couldn't actually handle a specialized routine. As it is I'm kinda riding the limit.

The fun part would be to figure out how to work it into a routine. Maybe it could always represent an Max Effort Lower day each week, and your DE/RE Lower day could be for squatting? :biglaugh:

EricT 10-17-2006 05:44 PM

Yeah I was wondering about that! That program has ME, DE, RE all at the same time it looks like.


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