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LIGHT WEIGHT FEMALE PROGRAM

This program is suited to females in the classes U47 – 63kg.

The program is compiled based on commonality between women in these weight classes i.e size, tolerance to volume and intensity and peaking/tapering.

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MIDDLE WEIGHT FEMALE PROGRAM

This program is suited to females in the classes U69- 76kg

The program is compiled based on commonality between women in these weight classes i.e size, tolerance to volume and intensity and peaking/tapering.

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HEAVY WEIGHT FEMALE PROGRAM

This program is suited to females in the classes U84 – 84+

The program is compiled based on commonality between women in these weight classes i.e size, tolerance to volume and intensity and peaking/tapering.

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LIGHT WEIGHT MALE PROGRAM

This program is suited to males in the classes U59kg – 74kg.

The program is compiled based on commonality between men in these weight classes i.e size, tolerance to volume and intensity and peaking/tapering.

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MIDDLE WEIGHT MALE PROGRAM

This program is suited to males in the classes 83 – 93kg 

The program is compiled based on commonality between men in these weight classes i.e size, tolerance to volume and intensity and peaking/tapering.

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HEAVY WEIGHT MALE PROGRAM

This program is suited to males in the classes 105kg – 120kg+

The program is compiled based on commonality between men in these weight classes i.e size, tolerance to volume and intensity and peaking/tapering.

3D Training

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Upper and Lower Body 3D Training

This booklet is a guide on how to apply the concepts of shape change to the upper and lower body, and how we can improve performance and rehabilitation outcomes through a better understanding of weight training.

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UPPER Body 3D Training

This booklet is a guide on how to apply the concepts of shape change to the upper body, and how we can improve performance and rehabilitation outcomes through a better understanding of weight training.

 

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Lower Body 3D Training

This booklet is a guide on how to apply the concepts of shape change to the lower body, and how we can improve performance and rehabilitation outcomes through a better understanding of weight training.

Webinars

Powerlifting Cubed

Powerlifting Cubed is an online webinar series about the concepts of shape change within the sport of powerlifting.

Articles

Why does RPE Based Programming Work?

  Rate of perceived exertion (RPE) is a useful system in programming that allows both the coach and the athlete to effectively drive adaptation relevant to the athlete’s goals. The primary driver of adaptation in RPE based programming is proximity to failure...

|Feb 22, 2021

Stop Playing The Pain Blame Game

Have you been going to different practitioners trying to find the answers to your sore knee, hip, back, or shoulder? Are you getting enough sleep at night? Are you feeling stressed, managing your nutrition? Have you blamed a muscle or body part for your patients’...

|Nov 13, 2020

2 Important Factors To Increase Strength

This blog will cover a brief summary of what strength is and how to increase strength. This includes human movement and why combining motor learning and hypertrophy are the two most important factors for continued progress with strength development. Key Points...

|Jul 23, 2020

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Movement Dysfunction and Correction

I met Tom about 8 months ago on referral from my coach to sort out issues I was having with my knee post-surgery squatting. I tried really hard not to make this solely about squatting but couldn’t help myself, we talk about movement dysfunction what that looks like...

|Jun 7, 2020

Mobility and Stability Explained

By now most of you would have heard of this duo once or twice in the context of rehab and/or performance. This blog is to cut through the fluff and help you get a better understanding of what everyone (including us) keeps talking about. Key Points: Breathing is the...

|May 27, 2020

Movement and Mental Health

How are movement and mental health correlated? Most of us use exercise as a method of maintaining our mental health. If we start experiencing pain in our back when we run, squat, do push ups, pick up our kids of the canine, feline, and primate variety; we tend to...

|May 18, 2020

Does good posture really matter?

What if I told you that posture doesn’t matter? We all grew up being told to ‘stand up straight’ and to ‘stop slouching on the chair”. Nowadays sitting has been described as the new smoking and stand up desks are selling out faster than hot cakes. What if I told...

|May 7, 2020

Online Learning Now Available!

We've always been pretty passionate about educating the health and fitness community about movement and exercise, and to help us do that we've invested in the development of a great new online learning platform. On this new platform, we'll be adding new courses,...

|May 4, 2020