Going into a powerlifting meet you want to give everything you've got. Balancing this out with smart decision making is important.
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I’ve been preparing for a local raw powerlifting meet for the past handful of months, and this past Sunday was meet day. I’ll run you through my lifts and thoughts throughout the day. If you’re due to compete in a powerlifting meet, I hope you find something useful in here.
An investment in your health and wellness is always time well spent. But we only have so much of it to spend.
We’re all busy. We all know nutrition is more than 50 percent of the equation, but it can also be the most challenging part. If we don’t plan ahead and make nutrition a priority, it quickly gets put on the back burner, despite our good intentions. Having a plan and preparing your food in advance is crucial, so let’s plan for success. It starts with meal prep.
Training the clean and deadlift will help you move with more ease in your yoga, and in life.
Take the time to learn this week’s moves. Not only will they make you stronger, but they will help you improve your body mechanics. What does that mean? It means you will move with more ease. And everyone, especially yogis, loves to move with ease.