If you have found this program then you already know what Calgary Barbell is and who’s Bryce Krawczyk. Therefore, I won’t go into a long drawn out explanation to improve SEO like some other websites.
This is by far one of my favorite powerlifting Periodized Block based programs on the internet! It is specific, focused, organized, and to the point with no unnecessary rubbish. I will do my variant of the eight-week program soon but for now I’ve only focused on the sixteen-week program.
What I have done to the original program is remove a lot of the RPE training and replaced with percentages. This is because I personally don’t follow the RPE training principle nor do I like it.
In addition, I’ve replaced some exercises with ones I believe are better suited for the percentages used. For example, performing Deficit Deadlift’s with 84% of your 1RM is not a smart move! Whereas Rack Pulls from Mid Shin position is a far smarter exercise for this percentage especially if you wish to have a lower back for the next week!
Calgary Barbell Background
Calgary Barbell is a premier fitness facility located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is dedicated to providing a top-notch strength training experience for athletes of all levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals.
The barbell is the centerpiece of this facility, and Calgary Barbell offers a wide range of quality barbells and weightlifting equipment. Whether you are into powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, or simply looking to increase your strength and improve your overall fitness, this facility has everything you need to achieve your goals.
Calgary Barbell prides itself on its welcoming and inclusive environment. The staff and trainers are experienced and passionate about strength training, and they are always ready to offer personalized guidance and support.
They understand that no two individuals are the same, and they tailor their training programs to meet the specific needs and objectives of each client. The facility is spacious and well-equipped, with ample floor space and a wide variety of strength training equipment.
From power racks and squat racks to benches and deadlift
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