2020 N.O.V. Sports Fest Sponsors
We wanted to give a huge shout out to all the sponsors and vendors that we have coming on board. I will add to this list as it grows Title Sponsor Jimwendler.com Strongman Event Sponsor Highland games sponsor Heavy Hammers sponsors (tba) Light Hammers sponsors (tba)Cabers Sponsor (tba)Weight for Height Sponsor (tba)HWFD sponsors TBALWFD sponsor TBABraemar Stone Sponsor TBAOpen Stone Sponsors TBA Sheaf Sponsor Yoke Sponsor TBA Stone Press Sponsor wheelbarrow load and Carry sponsor Car DL sponsors Vendors
Iron Guts Kelly To Play at 2nd Annual N.O.V. Meet
Founded in 2002 in Lawrence KS. No compromises, no gimmicks, no filter, critic hated, local music rag ignored, balls to the wall, straight up in yo face rock n’ roll...They will take the stage at the N.O.V sports fest as the athletics start to wind down to help the crowd stay wound up. The beer and food will keep flowing as well at the event so plan to hang out. here are a few links if you want to get a feeling for Iron Guts Kelly DEATH MARCH BLOODY KANSAS
There are different opinions about the Trap Bar, with the majority giving it a thumbs down because it doesn't carry over well to the regular deadlift. For people that don't compete in powerlifting, the Trap Bar is a great option. You can't argue the benefits of picking up something heavy off the ground whether it it be a Trap Bar or straight bar, so who am I to say it's not good? Also, if someone performs a Trap Bar Deadlift with 800lbs are they not strong? The biggest advantage to the Trap Bar is the handles – they keep the...
Your First Powerlifting Meet
First, congratulations on thinking of entering a meet — you'll love it. It takes guts to get out on a platform and be judged by your peers and I admire anyone who does it. Second, just do it! You don't have to be an all-star the first time you go to a meet. The important thing is to get in one and see if you like it. No one's going to judge you as a person on how much weight you lift; and if they do, their opinions aren't worth a watery dump. Since you are new to this, let me...
Moving North Of Vag
Moving North of Vag I can’t take credit for this name. I wish I could, but both the idea and the name come from my good friend Jim Messer. Jim and I have been friends since junior high, and we have the kind of friendship that doesn’t require us to talk every week. Or even every year. This is more of an idea. A concept, if you will. Jim started training with the 5/3/1 method without my knowing it, and he’s had great success. He emailed me and let me know about this. Here’s part of an email he wrote...