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MILO Journal: Weight Training and Fitness - Powerlifting - Dig Dr. Ken?

MILO Articles by Topic: Powerlifting

 


Dig Dr. Ken?

Dr. Ken Leistner has been featured in MILO since the inaugural issue. Choose any issue, from 1.1 through our current issue, and you'll find one (or more!) great Dr. Ken articles, including his ongoing "Life in the Loft" series.
   
Getting big and strong 1.1
Crash course 1.2
Hard and heavy workout 1.3
Two-day-a-week workout 1.4
Strength and "showy" muscle growth 2.1
Getting even stronger 2.2
Cardio work 2.3
Limited programs 2.4
Power rack training 3.1
Strength and physique training 3.2
Bench press specialization 3.3
Strength and physique training 3.4
Training for football and powerlifting 4.1
Standby program 4.2
Brief, intense training 4.3
Concentrated, limited work 4.4
Getting bigger 5.1
Gaining muscular body weight 5.2
Eating protein 5.3
Adding Olympic weightlifting movements 5.4
Using machines 6.1
Eating 6.2
Squats for judo 6.3
Big arms 6.4
Tough training 7.1
Pullovers 7.2
Dumbbells workout 7.3
Timed squats 7.4
Squats and running 8.1
Equipment 8.2
Building thighs 8.3
Specialization 8.4
Spring training 9.1
Physique training 9.2
Leg press 9.3
Sewer caps 9.4
Machines 10.1
Power and physique 10.2
Eating 10.3
Henry Fera 10.4
   
   

 

 

 

 

 

Backs 11.1
Building Strength 11.2
Thighs 11.3
Bigger through basics 11.4
Gaining size 12.1
Training to look strong 12.2
Strength training 10.2
Variety in movements 12.3
Back work 12.4
Increased muscularity 13.1
Obsession in training 13.2
Winter training 13.3
Importance of squats 13.4
Squat training 14.1
Pulls 14.2
Bars and their uses 14.4
The press 15.1
Weight training for football 16.2
Fads 16.4
Lifting hard and heavy 17.1
Strength and skill 17.3
Modern-day strength training 17.4
Core training 18.1
Hardball training 18.2
Tough jobs 18.3
Simple routines 18.4
Deadlift and Bill Starr 19.1
Bodybuilding basics 19.2
Neck training - football 19.3
Neck, upper back training 19.4
Neck training for football 20.1
Hard, productive training 20.2
Abbreviated routines 20.3
Training for disaster 20.4
Squats and deadlifts 21.1
Abbreviated traning: how much? 21.2
Definition of "technical"
21.3
7 questions profile
21.4
Importance of technique 22.1
Supersets 22.2
Variety in training 22.3

 


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