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3 Lessons from my first IPF Sanctions Powerlifting Meet.

On the 29 September 2018 was the day I competed in my first International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) Sanctions Powerlifting Meet organised by Malaysian Association for Powerlifting. I finished the Powerlifting Meet with the total of 505kg and that is 30kg increase with a Wilks Points of 320.88. I squatted 170kg and it was an additional 10kg personal best. I bench pressed 115kg and it was an additional 5kg personal best. I did the deadlift weighing 220kg and it was an additional 15kg personal best. Overall, I am very happy with the performance because achieve my desired goal.

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I shared about the 5 right things that I did to prepare for a Powerlifting Meet. There are the right things I did for the Powerlifting Meet. I also include a link to download my essential item for Powerlifting checklist and Powerlifting Attempts Spreadsheet to help you to manage your attempt during the meet. Please check them out. I am sure you`re going to love it. 

I experienced setbacks throughout the Meet. If I was to do the Meet again. These are the things I am going to change and will do differently. Here are the three mains lesson. I hope it adds value to you! 

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10 Commandments of Training by #MarvinInspire

My fitness goal is to build the strength of Powerlifter, and endurance of Spartan Elite. I want to be competitive as well. However, I have a day job as an engineer working in an Oil and Gas Industry and I am married to a beautiful wife. Believe me, as we grow older, time is the greatest asset! What can I do to manage my work, marriage, and of course my side-hustle on MarvinInspire. My training philosophy is “To do less with more“. It is basically to train smart. To train smart I will share with you my 10 commandments of training that will help you to achieve your fitness goal and bring your fitness journey to the next level.

 

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I was preparing for my first Powerlifting Meet

 

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How do I prepare for Spartan Race?

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We heard of a marathon, duathlon, and triathlon. These are the typical endurance sports events. Now, there is an increasingly popular endurance race called The Spartan Race. It is categorized as Obstacle Course Race, in short, OCR. It is an endurance race that challenges your mental, physical limit with multiple environments. It could be at the jungle, hills, mountains, snow, tropical forest, and even in the desert. In between the courses, they are obstacles you need to complete. In every Spartan race, you will expect mud and barbed wire, robes, stones and spears. So do not ever expect to be clean at the finish line of The Spartan Race.

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