Powerlifting & Bodybuilding
for the natural athlete
are one and the same.
In the sense that in order
to maximize size,
You must maximize strength
and vice versa.
Do not limit your training
to a narrow rep range.
There are seven movement patterns that make up
All movements and all exercises the human body is capable of.
They are; Pushing, Pulling, Squats, and Lunges…
Deadlifts/Bends, Twisting Patterns, and Running.
When you train the movement first, you train the system
The body is integrated, and needs to be trained as such in priority
First Integrate, and then Isolate and this is how we train
At Morphfit Training Systems Inc.
Power-Bodybuilding seems to be a relatively new term for a hybrid form of training which is in fact the way the Golden Era Bodybuilders trained in the late 60’s. Many Golden Era bodybuilders used heavy movements such as squats and deadlifts and bench press as staples in their training regime, and looked to those lifts as indicators of overall performance. Now a days, there seems to be a greater emphasis on how you take your clinical steroids than there is to varying and changing methodology n the gym to induce further adaptation by the body. None the less the simple truth is that all historically drug free bodybuilders from the day of Eugene Sandow were known for their strength as well as their impressive physiques. Power-Bodybuilding isn’t new school, in fact it is an adherence to the old school, the classical ways of training, while at the same time bringing in 21st Century Science and testimonials to back it up.
- Eugene Sandow the Father of Bodybuilding
- The Age Before Anabolic Steroids
- Natural Bodybuilders of the Early 20th Century
- Golden Era Style Bodybuilding
- Classical Strongmen
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- History of Strongmen and Physical Culture
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