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Training Effectively Through Effective Learning

Luke Propst, Training Director of The Diet Doc, is interviewed by Ray Toulany on the Super Strength Show

Luke Propst, MS, CSCS, USAW, Training Director of The Diet Doc, is interviewed by Ray Toulany on the Super Strength Show. Luke earned a master of science degree in exercise physiology while pursuing a successful powerlifting and athletic career. He played college soccer and semi-professional football and still competes as a top USAPL powerlifter. Luke has worked with Division I and II college teams and private clients through his own Predator Strength Training Studio. Luke's detailed training approach for athletes, weight lifters, and physique competitors combines the best of pure performance with safety and restorative principles in mind. He remains active as a teacher and as a student, always furthering his expertise. As the Training Director of The Diet Doc, Luke helps develop training resources and curriculum to assist license owners and clients.

In this episode of the Super Strength Show, Luke Propst takes us on his journey and teaches you the importance of strength training effectively, using effective learning techniques.

• Deciding between powerlifting and athletics

• Approach your training like it’s practice

• Focus on getting the perfect rep

• The Importance of having balance in your strength

• With enough time and learning, you can overcome anything

• Find experts and learn from them

• Don’t let the fear of the unknown stop you from trying something new

• Learning new things helps you open doors

• “Feel It out”

• Give things time to work themselves out

• Focus on your technique

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