Ready to Push Your Training To The Next Level? Get started TODAY with one of my online coaching programs or check out the latest eBook!

I Have Over 10 Years Of Competitive Power Lifting Experience and Numerous World Records Broken. I would be honored to be YOUR Powerlifting Coach!

Whether You Are Preparing For a Competition, Increasing Your PR’s or
Just Looking To Get Stronger.
I Can Help You Achieve Your Goals in The Gym.

Raw Total Without Wraps

1,067.5kg-2,353lbs Raw total Without Wraps, All-Time Highest World Record in History in Any Weight Class

Raw Squat With Wraps

465kg-1,025lbs Raw Squat w/ Wraps All-Time Highest World Record in History

Raw Total With Wraps

1,100kg-2,425lbs Raw Total w/ Wraps, All-Time World Record @ 140kg/308lbs

Online Powerlifting Training & Coaching

Once I become your Powerlifting Coach I dedicate myself to your improvement. My programs start in 1,2,3 or 6 month increments. As Your Powerlifting Coach I will personally discuss your goals and establish a training regimen built for you to achieve those goals. During the initial time period I will be evaluating your technique in all your lifts to ensure proper form and technique is being performed. You will have direct contact with me the whole time.


Check out my eBook

An Online Powerlifting Coach not something you are quite looking for? Check out my eBooks. It is packed with my proven workout regimen, nutritional guide and guidance on improving your Squat, Deadlift and Bench PR’s in the Gym. These workouts contain exactly the method I follow to break Powerlifting World Records.


What Client’s Say

Let Me Help You Achieve Your Lifting Goals In The Gym and Break Past Your Plateaus and Your PR's Check Out My Programs Today!

Comments (4)

  • Erin Lacy Reply

    Hi there I am interested in online powerlifting coaching, please tell me your current prices. Thanks!!

    May 1, 2017 at 2:18 am
  • Alex Triggs Reply

    Hi my name is Alex, I’m in highschool and I’m pretty skinny. I want to get big and I only have a bench and some dumbbell’s. How and what should I do to start. I’m 6’1 140 pound freshman. Your videos are amazing and I’d love to start

    June 11, 2017 at 3:57 am
  • Josh gee Reply

    Hey Brother keen to learn more about your program

    June 29, 2017 at 12:03 pm

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