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It’s the time of year when millions of people resolve to get off the couch and into the gym. While advice on how to become active floats around the airwaves or appears in print, it’s mostly aimed at a general audience. For older adults, advice can range from the helpful to the downright dangerous.
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What To Do After Setting A World Record or Reaching Any Goal 

Forty six, forty seven, forty eight, forty nine, stop – times up! Forty nine reps at 215 lbs in 60 seconds for 10,535 lbs and a new Guinness World Record!  Now what? Simple, enjoy, reflect, set the bar higher and re-calibrate!

On September 29th […]

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Over the last 12 months I have been training to attempt another weightlifting world record in a different category and duration than my first hour long squat record. On September 29th2012,in Niagara Falls Ontario, I will attempt to set a new category for the most amount of weight lifted in one minute.  Whether I establish […]

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About 2 weeks ago, a dedicated drug free powerlifting competitor tested positive for afaafad, an International Powerlifting Federation banned substance. The positive test shocked the close nit lifting community and the lifter himself!

How could an experienced veteran, who has trained religiously for 15 years, is adamantly against drugs, at the peak of his […]

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The First Step

On December 15, 2011 By

Most of you probably don’t know me, so here is a brief introduction as we get to know one another better through my monthly article.  I welcome all comments or questions.

My name is Walter Urban and I have been Powerlifting for 15 years and a member of the Canadian Masters Powerlifting Team for […]

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