POWERLIFTING TRAINING METHODS
If you dream of being stronger and hardier, strengthen bone-ligament complex, build muscle mass and improve their definition as well as to improve your health, you certainly have to get in with powerlifting. Our leading experts will help you to get valuable recommendations on the method of training.
Correct choice of exercises and planning of training regimen either for regenerative activities or for the sport of records, following recommendations and practical materials for work-out session developed in accordance with our own methods allow to significantly improve blood circulation and functioning of all body organs and tissues. Graduated exercise will change the way you look and will positively affect the central nervous system. You will not only be able to overcome your personal circumstances and improve your health but also will enjoy training process.
Besides, you will broaden your understanding of the different powerlifting directions (equipping powerlifting, classic powerlifting, bench pressing and so on). Special attention will be given to the training process and improvement of competitive exercises technique.
Proper powerlifting exercises controlled by the qualified specialist will not only develop your muscular system harmonically but also will lead every man to a favourable change.
ATHLETE TRAINING STAGES
1.Pre-season (from 6 to 12 weeks )
Repeated exercises (from 3 to 4-6 pull-ups) with weights of 70% – 80% from the maximum. During pre-season (basic period) the main purpose is to develop weak muscles as well as to correct the technique of competitive exercises.
2.Сontest season (from 4 to 6 weeks )
Training (1-3 pull-ups) with weights of 80-90% from the maximum.
Achievement of the peak of competition form, further development of the competitive exercise technique. During this period specially-preparatory exercises are to be performed less often and then should be entirely excluded.
3.Tapering for competition (2 weeks)
3 warm-up meetings doing classical exercises: back squat, bench pressing and tugging (17-19 days before the start).