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Results of my 1st powerlifting meet Wow. First meet and boy do I have alot to learn. I weighed in at a skimp lbs and lifted RAW. Lets first. Hi Jenny, congratulations on your first powerlifting meet! I followed his food quantity and bodybuilding advice for a month for a trip, and I was. Justice Police of catchsomeair.us Posts: 9,; Rep Power: hostelmaniac is a splendid one to behold. (+). First powerlifting meet.
Eating too many pizzas and cheeseburgers and drinking too much beer are what give you a big waist and a big butt. All they cared about was lifting more weight. Or better yet, check out Amanda Harris, a.
Check out the photo above. I know that my realistic goal for the meet is pounds.
I divide the difference——by 9, which equals I start week 1 using pounds and add 20 pounds per week, which puts my work sets at by week On meet day I may attempt more than if everything is feeling good. This year my squat and deadlift starting weights and goal weights will be approximately the same— andrespectively.My First Powerlifting Meet - Nick Wright
My bench starting weight will beand my goal is Provided you don't rest for too long, you shouldn't lose any strength by doing this, so don't start to worry that resting or even training with light weights right before the contest will mean you're weaker on the day. The right amount of rest before a contest gives your muscles and nervous system a much-needed break so they're primed to perform optimally.
Complete Rest Ideally, you should take about a week off before a powerlifting contest, according to former elite powerlifter and trainer Dave Tate, owner of Elite Fitness Systems.
Powerlifting vs. Bodybuilding | Iron Man Magazine
Training for a meet is tough and can leave you feeling really beat up, so this recovery week gives you time to get some energy back. You may find you do better with a slightly longer rest of up to 10 days or so, but likewise a shorter rest of five days may suit you better.
Try one week for your first contest though and see how you fare. Light Weights Rather than just laying down your tools and stepping away from the gym completely in the lead up to your competition, training with light weights may be a better option.
Low Load A big part of this debate is going to come down to personal preference.
Powerlifters Should Train More Like Bodybuilders
Some people just really enjoy lifting heavy ass weight. When was the last time someone asked what your 10 rep max was…never. Because no one cares. Perfect example — Ronnie Coleman. Ronnie Coleman is arguably more well known for the huge weights he put up in his videos than he is for being an 8x Mr.
Training should be at least in part about having fun. You should enjoy the style of training you employ. Plus, if you enjoy the style of training you do, you are more likely to see better results from it. Just stick to bodybuilding.
Powerlifting vs. Bodybuilding
In the end, both methods have been shown to be equally effective. The study showed both bodybuilding and powerlifting style training promote similar increases in muscular size. Yes, there is the issue of time commitment, which we will get into, but the main point here is a similar hypertrophy response was found. The Concept of Volume When talking about volume we have to first define what we are referring to because there are a few definitions people use.
Load is the key. Now I agree completely with the T-Nation analysis.
The key point for a bodybuilder would be the fact that it would be easier to add volume more sets and exercises with the 3 x 10 style of training if for no other reason than the time commitment involved with heavier training.
But there are two counter points to that. Yes, it is going to take longer to train heavier. There is a huge time commitment to getting strong.