Dave Pasanella poiwerlifting tribute

Tribute To Lifting Legend Dave Pasanella

The following piece of lifting history was published in PL USA (back in the day it was one of the greatest lifting magazines!). Dave Pasanella died very young, and here’s is a great tribute to him.. Mr. Berg “Another tragedy has struck the sport of Powerlifting – on June 12th, the 28 year old Director of …

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Jon Cole Training System

Week 1 Day 1 Bench Press (medium heavy) 10,8, 5×5 Full squat (medium heavy) 10, 8, 6, 5×5 Upright rows 5×8 adding weight with each set Standing tricep press 5×8 adding weight with each set Standing barbell curls 5×8 Toe raises 6×20 ( 2 sets with toes out, 2 with toes in, 2 with toes …

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Jon Cole: The Strength Coach Millionaire

Jon Cole had a reputation as a great all-round athlete. Strongman, Armwrestler, Weightlifter, Powerlifter, Philosopher and the first Strength Coach in the United States. Jon Frederick Cole was born in Chicago, IL, on April 1, 1943. As a newborn he weighed 11 lb. Who would have expected that this baby would grow into one of world’s strongest man?! …

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John Kuc: The Strong Silent Type

John Kuc Ex-Marine and most scary Power Lifter in the 70s. He is known for his superhuman strength and mental attitude. He has one of the greatest psyches for powerlifting. During the competition he hardly talked at all. He cites that working out is a serious business and too much socializing will destroy the proper …

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