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Generation Strength

Powerlifting, Strength & Conditioning
Coach
Chris Bridgeford

From day one, the goal of Generation Strength has been to provide athletes of all levels the tools they need to reach their goals and set themselves apart from their competitors.

The Generation Strength Team Program utilizes a unique hybrid-model structured with SBD only Days and Priming Days that allow lifters to focus on developing the skills they need for success with a high level of intent.

SBD only days are focused on developing a lifters skill (competition lifts) and training challenging variations to strengthen the primary lifts. Priming Days allow lifters to focus on the other crucial training aspects away from the barbell: hypertrophy, work capacity, and recovery.

This program was written by Chris Bridgeford. Chris is a multi-sport athlete with a focus on Powerlifting. Over the years he has competed at an international level; coached hundreds of athletes, several being All-TIme World Record holders. You will find the same methods and principles used by these individuals while training on this team.

Everyone has their 'why', we can show you how.

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Train at a High Intensity
In order to get better at lifting heavy, we have to lift heavy. In this program, we will train at high intensities on a weekly basis. Doing so in a calculated manner will allow lifters to develop their skill and confidence with handling heavier weights.
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Accountability
Chris and the other coaches at Generation Strength have competed at the highest levels in the sport of powerlifting. You will have access to these coaches while following this program. You will learn the "how" and the "why" so that you can gain the knowledge and confidence to handle your own training.
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Strengthen Your Weaknesses
Building and strengthening our weaknesses is a big part of our training philosophy at Generation Strength. You will do the same while training on this team. We cover all of our bases with stability focused corrective movements, hypertrophy training, and weekly conditioning/aerobic work to build our work capacity.
Features
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Access to me (Chris)
I will hold you accountable and provide the feedback you need to grow.
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Programming 5 days per week
Daily strength, conditioning, and skill training that’s accessible and challenging for athletes of any level or background
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Exercise Video Guidance
Instructional videos to guide your training and make execution easy!
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Monthly Live Q&A
Offered through our private Discord community. Hop on a live video call once a month and ask any questions you have training or non training related!
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Committed Teammates
A supportive community that will keep you pushing to unlock your best! Share your progress with the team!
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Delivered through TrainHeroic
Your coaches and team will push you harder, know you better, and keep you going longer, all through an app.
Equipment
Required
Barbells + Plates // Dumbells
Recommended
Specialty Bars // Conventional Gym // Bands/Chains
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Sample Week
I will write fresh programming weekly. You’ll get notifications when they’re ready
Sunday
Week 1 Day 1

A1

Bench T Spine/Lat Stretch

2 x 5

A2

Straight Arm Pulldown

2 x 10

B

Chest Supported Row

20, 12, 8, 8 @ 7, 8, 9, 9

C

Rack Chins

5 x MAX

D1

Chest Supported Rear Delt Rows

3 x 12

D2

Face Pulldowns

3 x 15

E

Hammer Curl

20, 12, 12 @ 7, 8, 8

Monday
Week 1 Day 2

A

How To: Warming up for Squats

B

How To: Warming up for Bench

C

High Bar Squat

1 x 1

D

High Bar Squat

2 x 5

E

Competition Grip Larsen Press

3 x 5

Tuesday
Week 1 Day 3

A

Banded DB Bench Press

20, 12, 12 @ 7, 8, 8

B

Kneeling Dip

4 x 10

C

6 Way Shoulder Raises

20, 12, 8, 8 @ 7, 8, 9, 9

D

Crossbody Tricep Pushdown

3 x 20

Thursday
Week 1 Day 4

A

How To: Warming up for Deadlifts

B

How To: Warming up for Bench

C

Sheiko Deadlift (Conventional)

5 x 1

D

Close Grip Bench Press

1 x 3

E

Close Grip Bench Press

3 x 5

Friday
Week 1 Day 5

A1

Reverse Step Ups

2 x 10

A2

Pigeon Goodmornings (Bench Supported)

2 x 10

B

6-0-0 RDL

4 x 10 @ 40 %

C

DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat

20, 12, 8, 8 @ 7, 8, 9, 9

D

Hamstring Curls

20, 12, 12 @ 7, 8, 8

E1

Calf Raise

2 x 20

E2

Tibialis Anterior Raises

2 x 20

Coach
coach-avatar Chris Bridgeford

Head Coach, 2144lb total @ 242lbs, 2204lb total @ 275lbs, Coach of 4 ATWR holders.

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Set Yourself Apart

In order to do things you've never done before, you have to do things you've never done before. You will do exactly that while training the Generation Strength team.

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FAQs
Is Chris really coaching us?
Yes I am! I will be checking the team group chat DAILY to answer any questions you may have for me, as well as our private discord group!
Will I need specialty powerlifting equipment to run this program?
No, not at all! If at any point you seem something in the program that you dont have access to, just drop a message in the team group chat and I will be happy to provide you with a replacement.
How do I access the community?
I've partnered with TrainHeroic so that you have the best tech in the game. You'll have your own profile and login to an app (both iOS and Android have a version) so that you can see each day's training, track your progress, and so that you can communicate on the Team's message boards too.
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