Louie Simmons

Louie Simmons has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Juggernaut Training Systems' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Louie Simmons was highly popular in August, 2016.

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Build a Stronger Lower Back AND Leave the Gym More PUMPED UP too! (Q&A with Coach Chris)

[...] to describe is called “Cable Pull Thrusts” and has been popularized over the years by Louie Simmons and the powerlifters at the Westside Barbell Club in Columbus, Ohio as an assist [...]


The Ultimate Glossary of Strength and Conditioning Terms

[...] bigger, stronger, more explosive, and even more conditioned all at the same time. Louie Simmons (the father of modern powerlifting) mistakenly called this “conjugate” programming, [...]


Leather Power Belt Shopping Guide

[...]  get it (they have the longest lead time in the industry), but you’ll have a belt even Louie Simmons would be proud of. The “Original” 4 inch power belt; which is the belt that is [...]


Licensure: Rise Up! by Chris Cooper

[...] the charge, though many of my S&C heroes (Mel Siff, Charlie Francis, Charles Poliquin, Louie Simmons) didn’t support them. The CSCS seemed necessary, because the only jobs in strength and [...]


Interested in Powerlifting or just getting stronger?

[...] for resistance as get stronger. These can be found here 2) Reverse Hypers: Developed by Louie Simmons (the man in the last video and the father of the infamous Conjugate System) because of a back [...]


Change the Tune: Accommodation and Stagnation

[...] been featured in other major online publications and include interviews with legends such as Louie Simmons and Fred Hatfield. The post Change the Tune: Accommodation and Stagnation appeared first on [...]


Big Man, Big Future, Big Heart – US Strongman Robert Oberst

[...] Training sources would you recommend to others, which you have read? Robert Oberst: I read Louie Simmons blog, more for it’s training tips. I also listen to anything Mark Bell has to say which [...]


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