Super Training in Sacramento,Ca was Voted one of the 30 Best Gyms in America By Men's Health
26yrs old, 6'2'' 300lbs
I like Powerlifting, Strongman and Scottish Games
Total 308's - 2353lbs PRO Total in SPF
Total SHW's - 2402lbs
Elite Total in UPA, APF, IPA and SPF - 308's and SHW
Current lifts-------Goals-Aug 2011
nice, mens health seems to be a pretty good magazine compared to flex and stuff.
2000 or bust
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I saw that from another site. Very cool! Seems like a running theme going through there of athletic training.
Last edited by Ben Moore; 02-11-2008 at 02:38 PM.
That's better. Nice article!
lots of PL gyms on there. Cool
Yep, great to see strength training well represented in the national media.
Pretty cool they have a bunch of powerlifting gyms on there. Looks like a really good list.
Good to see some powerlifting gyms on there. I'd put Bev Francis Powerhouse up against any gym in the country (non powerlifting). Amazing motivating. Old school. Separate leg room. IFBB pros and top amateurs walking around. Awesome
I think this is possibly the all-time best response on WBB. - Jorge Sanchez
"you're an animal eat like one damn it!" - Wikked1
"Now we're finally getting to the chicken or the egg question," I grinned. "Did I eat all that food because my size gives me more of an appetite, or did I get to be this big because I've been forcing myself to eat like this for years?"
From A Body Builder is Born
i knew you were a beast but not that kinda of a beast that eats grown men and children.. lilmase
I picked up one this past fall to read about LT's workouts. I was pleasantly surprised with how good the information was in it.
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I know they went out of their way to check with the strength training community. They contacted me about what gyms I liked and I recommended several (some of which are on the list). They are a really good group over there and I would love for the Wbb community to support them by buying the magazine. I always want to support those that support the sport I love!
It's a great list but they are missing two really good gyms on there.
Brute Strength Gym in Norfolk, VA which has everything you can imagine under one roof for powerlifting and strongman. http://www.brutestrengthgym.com/Pages/brute.html
and Quads Gym in Chicago, IL which also has great powerlifting equipment and where you can train with none other than the great Ed Coan, who is a co-owner of the gym, among others.
I was suprised that the first gym listed (Bullet Gym, Missoula, MT) happens to be where I live. I'd heard of the name before but never checked it out. I'll have to do it sometime. Currently in school so I lift at our rec center, which actually has 2 deadlift platforms, amazingly enough.