12 Month
31% Off
USD / Month

The serious powerlifter. You’ve been training for years and show no signs in stopping.

You plan your training program weeks and months in advance. You’ve also kept training logs and want to track and analyze multiple past training cycles. You have lofty goals and need every competitive advantage to continue getting stronger.

Best Value!
See Why
3 Month
15% Off
USD / Month

The intermediate powerlifter. You’ve competed a few times, seen good progress, but want to take your training to the next level by understanding the finer points of programming. Maybe you aren’t seeing progress as fast anymore, or have reached a plateau, and you know tracking and analyzing your training metrics will provide insight on what’s working and what’s not.

1 Month
USD / Month

The novice powerlifter. You’ve just started your career in the sport and want to structure your training more effectively. You’ve either thought about competing or have competed previously, but you want to get stronger and see how far you can take your abilities. You know training is supposed to be detailed and specific, and want to use the same tools as top-level powerlifters to achieve those results.

4 Reasons to get the 12 Month Plan

Collect your long term data and uncover key trends and insights on what works for you and what doesn't based on individual factors.
The more data you track the more reliable it becomes to understand how to design your future workouts and programs.
Analyze multiple competition cycles throughout the year to learn the precise variables that lead to greater performance on the platform.
Track your data from month-to-month and know how hard to push, for how long, and in what ways, in order to recover optimally from training and continue seeing results.

I have a classical Western approach to volume and intensity as it relates to my macro cycle. Ideally I like to program on 12 week blocks - I have found that to be optimal from both a preparation and peaking aspect. The first 6 weeks I focus more heavily on volume, and the last 6 weeks approaching the meet I focus on intensity. As the volume drops, intensity should increase. I believe a massive volume drop (50% or more) should be achieved in the last two weeks to taper appropriately.

Blaine Sumner
World Champion, Biggest Squat, Bench, and Total in IPF History

Free TrialLoginAboutPricingProductBlogContact
Privacy PolicyTerms and Conditions