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Jeremy Wood is a natural powerlifting and strength trainer who recently competed in the IPA.
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About Jeremy Wood

My name is Jeremy Wood; I am a natural powerlifter who does not train using a traditional powerlifting routine.  I did my first powerlifting competition in May with the IPA, I received 4 Virginia State Records in the Raw Junior 220 class. My lifts were 430 squat, 295 bench press, and a 550 deadlift for a total of 1275. Recently I have begun to train some strongman events also.  I am 6’ 215 pounds and currently trying to put on mass while gaining minimal amounts of fat.  I have been training seriously for approximately 5 years.  My senior year of high school I joined a local gym and started to train hard and learn a lot.  I started out as a pudgy 160 pound kid that loved athletics.  Now I am a 215 pound weightlifter.

My training methods are pretty simple; I stick to heavy compound movements and train a lot.  I lift six days a week and three of those days I am squatting pretty hard.  I stick to a push/pull style of workout, so Monday, Wednesday, and Friday I do a variation of a squat and deadlift.  Then on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays I do a push and pull for my upper body.  I love to train so I do it often, I plan to compete in more powerlifting competitions in the future and one day do a strongman competition also.

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Strongman Training: Don't Forget Speed & Agility
Incorporating Strongman Style Training: Don't Forget Speed & Agility
Bolster your strongman-style training and enhance your recovery with these specific methods of improving speed, conditioning and agility. Sample program is included.
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Chaos And Pain Training - What Is It?
Chaos And Pain Training - What Is It?
Powerlifter Jeremy Wood details the most brutal workout approach on the planet, Chaos and Pain training. Sample workout included to get you started!
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Improve Your Strength With Conditioning!
Strength Training And The Lost Art Of Conditioning
Jeremy Wood tells you how to improve your strength totals via the integration of conditioning work such as barbell complexes, hill sprints and more!
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Cardio And Weights Workout
Cardio And Weights Workout
The main goal of this workout is fat loss, but muscle building is possible as well. Great for both men and women. Cardio is HIIT style and incorporates sprinting.
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How To Train Young Athletes
How To Train Young Athletes
Learn how to train athletes in the 10-12 age range for strength via the use of bodyweight exercises, plyometrics and stretching.
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Full Body Bodyweight Workout
Full Body Bodyweight Workout
Need a good home based workout that doesn't require barbells or dumbbells? Try this intense full body bodyweight workout circuit!
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Jeremy's 6 Day Hardcore Strength Workout
Jeremy's 6 Day Hardcore Strength Workout
Hardcore! This is a hardcore strength building workout that has you in the gym 6 days a week, and focuses on basic strength building lifts.
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No Gym? No Problem!
No Gym? No Problem!
Grab a sledgehammer, sandbag or large rock. It's time to workout! Jeremy Wood shows you how to build strength without a gym membership.
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Rating: 3.8 (11 votes)
Westside Barbell Powerlifting Training Made Easy
Westside Barbell Powerlifting Training Made Easy
Baffled by the Westside Barbell powerlifting system? In this article Jeremy Wood walks through the basics of upper and lower body work.
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Need Some Workout Variety? Try These Strength Building Exercises
Need Some Workout Variety? Try These Strength Building Exercises
Jeremy Wood details 5 exercises that will spice up your strength training, including the reverse clean and press, and squat lockouts.
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Rating: 3.8 (12 votes)

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