Vol.004 - Tips, Tricks and Techniques of World Champion Powerlifter Ed Coan and Mark Philippi - Video
About Ed Coan
Ed Coan is the top powerlifter in the world. He is a holder of 100 official and unofficial world records which include 1018 lbs. Squat, 585 lbs. Bench Press, and a 901 lbs. Deadlift. He has competed and won seventeen world championships in four different weight categories.
About Mark Philippi
Mark is a nationally recognized Strength and Conditioning Coach with 20 years experience both in the collegiate and private settings. He has helped over 5,000 college and professional athletes of all types and ages achieve their sports performance goals. Before opening PSI in 2007, Mark was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at UNLV for 15 years. He was responsible for overseeing the sports performance programs for over 400 athletes each year. While at UNLV, Mark also developed and instructed the NSCA recognized strength and conditioning academic program for the UNLV kinesiology department.An accomplished strength athlete, Mark won the World Drug Free Powerlifting Championships in 1996, won America’s Strongest Man title in 1997, has appeared on the World’s Strongest Man television Show seven times, and traveled the world and competed in over 100 international strongman competitions. Mark has appeared on the National Geographic tv show, written or appeared in Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Sports Illustrated, the New York Daily News, Las Vegas Life, Powerlifting USA, Milo Magazine, Muscle and Fitness. Mark has lectured all over North America on coaching, motivation, strength training and conditioning.
About the Video
Ed and Mark will share the tricks and techniques that they used in their training that have enabled them to both become some of the strongest powerlifters in the world. They will be demonstrating and coaching various people on all the little tricks and techniques that they use in their training and competition to increase their strength in the squat, bench press and deadlift. He will also discuss his approach to preventing injuries while using incredibly heavy weights. Learn all the subtle tricks from the strongest men in the world. 90 minutes.