Free Cheat Sheet Reveals…

Get your hands on my cheat sheet for setting up training programs that took a 132lbs. skinny
weakling from not being able to bench the bar to deadlifting 3x his own body weight and
winning silver at the nationals.

4 Lifts To Boost Your Lagging Bench Press

Bench pressing never gets old. It's the exercise that gym bros pride their existence on. It’s the lift that can make your powerlifting total either impressive or just plain average. Even though it’s one grandfather of an exercise, strength athletes still struggle to...

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5 Ways To Get Stronger In And Out Of The Gym

Feeling weak sucks. The most frustrating feeling is when you step under the bar for a monster set of squats, and you’re squatting 10-20lbs less than last week. You know you could lift more, but  your strength is going down instead of going up like it’s supposed to....

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Daily Undulating Periodization For Powerlifters

Not too much in life is as sweet as the start of your strength training career. Every time you step foot into the gym you’re able to add ten pounds to your squat, deadlift and bench press. Hell, you add weight to the bar AND you’re able to bang out a rep or two more...

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Loaded Carries For Powerlifting Performance

People don’t always think about the foundation of a strong lift - the requisite grip strength, core tension, breathing mechanics, and full-body stabilization that contribute to super-human displays of strength and power on the platform. But that’s a major mistake....

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Why You Need To Train Like A Bodybuilder

Take that scowl off your face, bro. Yes, you read that headline correctly. Powerlifters need to train more like bodybuilders. But I’m not saying that because Powerlifting University wanted an article that would get more clicks and cause a hullabaloo online. You’re...

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Training For The Battered, Bruised And Seasoned

Your body’s odometer is about to roll over into the 100,000 mile range – let’s assume this equates to being in your 40’s and beyond. You still have plenty of mileage left in the tank, but you feel each of those miles more than ever. The constant beating your knees,...

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The Powerlifter’s Guide To Fat Loss

Do you know what’s freakin’ awesome? Lifting heavy stuff. Do you know what’s also freakin’ awesome? Looking great naked. So can you do both at the same time? Can you really crush some heavy numbers in ‘The Big 3’ whilst shedding body fat and have heads turn as you...

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How High Volume Can Build Strength

This past summer, I found myself in a bit of “training rut boredom”. Over the past year, I had shredded down to sub-10% bf, then built back up to some respectable numbers: 175 overhead press for reps, 435x7 deadlift, 275x5 on the bench, and 365 for 5 in the squat...

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5 Methods For More Muscle In Less Time

Do you find yourself irritated waiting for a machine at the gym? Or the sweaty bench used by the 'gym bro' pisses you off? Or the thought of skipping a session sounds better than working out in a crowded gym? If you answer 'Yes' to any of the questions above, this...

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Achy Knees: How To Fix This Common Powerlifting Problem

You’ve heard the following saying: “The only guarantees in life are death and taxes.” A fairly accurate – yet depressing – statement. If you’ve been in the powerlifting and strength training world for an appreciable amount of time, the previous statement should be...

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About Martijn

For years I was hopping from one strength training program to another. I even did the bodybuilding routines from popular fitness magazines. Then I got smarter and switched to more sensible routines like the Texas Method and 5/3/1.

Get your hands on my cheat sheet for setting up training programs that took a 132lbs. skinny weakling from not being able to bench the bar to deadlifting 3x his own body weight and winning silver at the nationals.

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