#13 – The Biggest Lessons I Learned at the World Championships

In this episode of Bars, Plates & Protein Shakes, Amir talks about the recent IPF Classic World Championships. He recaps how all the Adonis Athletes went in their competition and the most important things he learned observing the performance of himself and all the other athletes in attendance. Why some did not do as well as they should have and why others who were under dogs managed to surprise a few people.

Some topics covered include:

  • How hard should training be in the lead up to competition
  • How to pick attempts correctly
  • How to build a total through realistic numbers
  • Only worrying about yourself and your performance and everything else just happens
  • Mental strength

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By | 2016-09-23T01:35:13+00:00 September 3rd, 2016|Bodybuilding, Crossfit, Powerlifting, Strongman, Weightlifting|1 Comment

About the Author:

Amir Fazeli
Amir is the founder of Adonis Athletics and the owner of Adonis Athletics Granville. He is a competitive powerlifter having represented Australia at 7 international competitions to date including twice at the Arnold Sports Festival and twice at the World Championships. His best lifts are 258kg squat, 150kg bench press and 317.5kg deadlift all at under 83kg in the IPF. He holds the all-time highest deadlift record at under 83kg bodyweight across all federations in Australia. His best international results are silver medal at 2012 IPF Oceania Powerlifting Championships, silver medal at 2014 Arnold Sports Festival, gold medal at 2014 IPF Asian & Oceania Powerlifting Championships and 5th overall at the 2015 World Championships...read more