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Being an engineer by education, I have always been obsessed with tracking metrics. You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Closely monitoring my training metrics has allowed me to compare results to training trends and use this knowledge to steer future training. I know that I am levels above where I would be had I never paid such close attention to tracking my training. It’s never too late to start and no other process allows you to plan the best training cycle possible while having the tools to react and keep your progress on track. If you’re looking for a metrics-based program that is tried, tested, and true, check out my 12-week training cycle on MyStrengthBook.

Blaine Sumner
IPF World Champion

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Brett Gibbs
IPF World Champion

Tracking my training metrics has been essential in remaining healthy, peaking, de-loading, and being able to execute on the platform. In my powerlifting career I have been able to excel and become among the top in the country and the world in my weight class. This wasn’t by chance or fluke, this was by consistent training, tracking, and analyzing. My training metrics allow myself and my coach the ability to see weaknesses and strengths in our training cycles, to conclude what volume and rep range works best for consistent progress, and to tweak when needed so we can execute when it counts. The ability to have a log of training metrics drives performance and changes the way the game is played.

Stephanie Puddicome
IPF World Medalist

Being a member since day one, I can say that MyStrengthBook has been an essential tool for my training as a whole. I really enjoy the fact that it is very user friendly and allows me to input data within seconds and have it graphically displayed. Over the course of a year, using MyStrengthBook has helped me analyze specific variables and visually see what works for me. I now realize I don’t need endless amounts of volume to get stronger. Being able to customize specific variables and get a report on the trends over the course of a micro, meso, and macro cycle is truly unique. Also, MyStrengthBook has helped me prepare for future training blocks and specifically target areas of strength and weakness. If you just finished competing and want to change training up with a unique approach, you can check out my post-competition program which is now live on the Program Library of MyStrengthBook.

Stephen Cascioli
IPF World Medalist

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