In this podcast RTS Coaches Mike Tuchscherer, Ross Leppala, and Mark Robb catch up and talk about the recent NSCA Summit and what can be learned in powerlifting from some of the most successful Weightlifting coaches of all time.
In this episode Mike Tuchscherer and Dominic Siriani interview the man, the myth, the legend- Tony Harris. Tony Harris has been competing in powerlifting since the early 90's and what's most notable is that he's the strongest he's ever been while being in his early 50's. He set the world record squat in the 120kg class at 52 years old which may be one of the most impressive squats of all time.
In this episode of the Titans of Powerlifting podcast we interview the legend Beau Moore. He's competed across 3 decades of powerlifting in some of the biggest competitions in existence. Averaging 4 competitions per year he's competed over 120 times in both equipped and raw powerlifting. Beau gives some incredible insights on how the sport has evolved and what the future may look like in this incredible episode.
In this episode, RTS Coaches Mike Tuchscherer, Ross Leppala, Paulie Steinman, and John Garafano chat about the various programming and training considerations to make for equipped powerlifting.
In this episode of the Titans of Powerlifting Series, Head Coach Mike Tuchscherer and Dominic Siriani interviews the 27 TIME national champion Sioux-z Hartwig Gary about her journey through powerlifting over the last 3 decades.
In this episode, Head Coach Mike Tuchscherer speaks with Dr. Jordan Feigenbaum from Barbell Medicine about everything from Pain Science, the "optimal" rep ranges, to technical perfectionism. You're going to want to get your note pad out for this one.
This is the first episode of many to come where we interview some of the most influential and historical people in powerlifting. History matters. The history of powerlifting matters. It helps us understand how this sport became what it is today, and what we can learn from those who have been involved for much longer than we have.
In this episode we interview the legend Brad Gillingham who is most famously known for having deadlifted over 800 lbs ~100 times in competition. However, he has a much deeper story that you will hear about in this episode.
Hope you enjoy it.
In this episode, Mike Tuchscherer speaks with coach Ross Leppala about his new RTS Classroom- Mental Training For Lifters. We like discussing the best training approaches, periodization, and coaching techniques, but what about how we train our mind?
In this episode, RTS Coach John Garafano and Dr. Michael Soya discuss practical rehab approaches for powerlifters.
Coaching in person and coaching online require different skill sets in order to be effective. In this episode, RTS coaches Mike Tuchscherer, Ross Leppala, Mark Robb, and John Garafano discuss practical methods to help improve technical efficiency through online coaching.
Give this a listen and let us know what you do to improve your technique.
In this episode, Mike Tuchscherer and Jacob Tsypkin (TZ Strength) discuss everything from the potential importance to understand delusions of grandeur for elite lifters to how to help improve technique as online coaches.
This was a fun one for us, hope you enjoy.
In this episode, Mike Tuchscherer and Dr. Mike T Nelson discuss HRV and Fatigue, how it could relate to powerlifting, program design, and injury prevention.
In this episode, Mike Tuchscherer talks with the founder of EliteFTS - Dave Tate all about what it takes to build a worthy legacy.
In this episode, Eric Helms (3DMJ) , Greg Nuckols (Stronger by Science), Bryce Lewis (The Strength Athlete), and of course Mike Tuchscherer (Reactive Training Systems) discuss some of the potential weaknesses behind emerging strategies.
In this episode, Head Coach Mike Tuchscherer, Ross Leppala, and 2x 93kg IPF World Champion LS McClain talk about life, liberty, and the pursuit of powerlifting.
In this Podcast, Mike Tuchscherer interviews Julien Pineau of Strongfit: Principles of movement. They discuss how to improve movement patterns, torque, and athlete development. This one may take you a few car rides...
In this roundtable podcast, Mike Tuchscherer, Jacob Tsypkin (TZStrength) and Max Aita (JTS) discuss the various complexities that come with coaching. What it means to be a good coach, and how to work with inevitable uncertainty as a strength coach.
In this podcast RTS Coach Paulie Steinman details how you can develop your coaching philosophy to improve your influence and effectiveness as a coach. Not only can this be useful for powerlifting but in many other areas of your life.
In this episode, our in-house Physical Therapist Dr. Rori Alter discusses practical strategies to reduce and/or manage injuries to allow you to elongate your career in Powerlifting.
RTS Coach Jim Elli and owner Mike Tuchscherer interview Team RTS lifter Luke Richardson about his recent record setting performance at the GBPF Championships. They discuss his upbringing, how he found powerlifting, and what has helped him become one of the best lifters in the UK and in the world.
In this podcast, RTS Coach Ross Leppala discusses the power of your mind and the impact it can have on your powerlifting performance.
Mike Tuchscherer discusses some new hypotheses about training and how knowing your personality may assist in designing your training plan.
Mike Tuchscherer, Mark Robb, and Jim Elli discuss the crazy week that was Raw Nationals 2017 in Orlando as well as discuss some interesting ways to make weight for your next powerlifting meet.
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Including Blaine Sumner's class: "Gorilla Strength Training"