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Unapologetically Powerful: Virtual Powerlifting Meet

There are two things I really love: 1) Competing in powerlifting meets, and 2) Connecting with other humans who love to lift weights, and also connecting those people to one another. (This really is the very best thing about the internet.) And, I had an idea to bring those two loves together: An online powerlifting meet. […]

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A Leaky Issue: Bridging the Gap to a Pee-Free Workout

I love lifting heavy weights so much one might say I could pee my pants with excitement over doing so. In my case, however, this isn’t just an expression but a reality. That’s right, I’ll own it: I pee my pretty workout tights every time I deadlift 300 pounds or more and almost every time I […]

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The Chad Rodgers Butt Burner

“Excuse me, are you…Jen Sinkler?” I whirled around to see Chad Rodgers, former professional baseball player turned personal trainer founder based in southwestern Florida. I knew him, too, through his former strength coaches at Cressey Sports Performance. I was touring what turned out to be his home gym in Bonita Springs, Florida, during my search for a place to […]

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Change Your Environment to Change Direction

At The Movement Minneapolis, we know the important role your environment plays in your decisions and actions. Because our membership is driven by results, we purposely strive to create a culture of support for our members, and our intention is to make it almost impossible for them not to succeed. We talk about these things […]

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Build a Strong Foundation to Become Unapologetically Powerful

Strength: it’s the result of consistently training large, compound movements (like the squat and deadlift) and manipulating resistance, training volume, and frequency as your body adapts to the movements and gets stronger. It’s simple, but it’s also not the whole story. As a powerlifter, you might think I’ve gone off the rails by saying this, but […]

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Standing Tall: How Powerlifting Builds Mad Confidence

“Stand up straight,” my mom was always saying to me. I was a painfully shy kid and my parents knew it. I’m also an only child who was more comfortable around other adults than other children. I had no problem looking a grown-up in the eye and holding a conversation but put me at school […]

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