Classic Powerlifting Performance: A Systematic Review

Ferland, Both PM and Comtois, AS.

J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000–000, 2019–The aim of this analysis was to review all scientific books associated with able-body drug-tested classic powerlifting operation since January 1, 2012, and to regroup them into a short narrative review. Three electronic databases were searched in August 2018 with the wildcard: powerlift*. A manual search was conducted from the reference set of all retained articles. The search and selection strategy permitted to gather an overall total of 16 scientific articles published in peerreviewed newspapers. Results reveal that practitioners should reevaluate a low-bar squat and an extensive grip benchpress because they often contribute to moving greater heaps, bring more attention to preventing harms, since a reasonable amount of power-lifters appear to coach injured and reevaluate a hypertrophy-power-strength model when prescribing three times each week daily undulating periodization on nonconsecutive days for elbows and seat. Practitioners can also introduce respiratory muscle training, use daily 1 repeat maximum training combined with down collections on experienced athletes and use a rate of perceived exertion scale based on repetitions from book together with an individual pace profile when prescribing intensity. Before rivalry, power-lifters seem to taper in this sequence: the dead lift, the elbow, and lastly the seat press. The Slingshot helps move more weight because it helps to build more inertia, however it also deactivates the waist. Last, the current work was limited by the present literature but may serve as a reference within the area of powerlifting. Further research includes more details about the circumstances under which these were ran.
Address correspondence to Dr. Alain S. Comtois, comtois.alain-steve@uqam.ca.

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