What Is A Hungarian Core Blaster?

Image Source  We all want one, whether you’d like to admit it or not, we all need to have a strong back and posterior chain to be at the top of our game. One tool which has been used for years to achieve such a thing is the Hungarian Core Blaster. This implement with a […]

Training Weightlifting And Powerlifting

Strength sports are increasing in popularity so it comes as no surprise that many people are suiting up and stepping on to the platform for the first time. What is interesting is the increase in “hybrid athletes” at these competitions: those who compete in both weightlifting and powerlifting*. We’ve already explored the differences between weightlifting […]

Competition Differences: Powerlifting and Weightlifting

Meets are for everyone regardless of age, skill level, or background. Barring any injury, the ultimate goal of a powerlifter or weightlifter should be a meet. Meets may seem the same across the board; athletes hoisting heavy weights, sashaying around in a singlet, coaches calculating and jockeying to win. While that may be true, there […]

Force Feeds – Brandon Lilly

Here at the Strength Agenda we work hard to provide you with information on nutrition, recovery, and training. We want this information to stretch across the various disciplines of strength athletes and give them tools to succeed at whatever they train for. Reading about top athletes and how they got there inspires me, and I […]