Skewed Distribution of Outcomes

  Written by: Kevin Cann   The world is a complex place.  In fact, the theory that attempts to understand the complexity of the world we live in is actually called “complex theory.”  I had read a few books on chaos theory and then found Per Bak’s book titled, “How Nature Works.”   This book … Continue reading Skewed Distribution of Outcomes

The Importance of Learning for Yourself

Written by: Kevin Cann   We live in a world where everyone just regurgitates the words of their favorite people.  This is not just with powerlifting, but just everything in general.  Earth is just one giant echo chamber.  No one tries to learn for themselves anymore.  They say they do, but they aren’t.   People … Continue reading The Importance of Learning for Yourself

How to Manage Max Effort Work with Fatigue and Technique Work

Written by: Kevin Cann   A lot of people will shit on max effort work in the powerlifting world.  They will say that it is too hard to recover from, dangerous in terms of injuries, and that technique will suffer.  These situations, although I disagree, I do find that there is some merit to them. … Continue reading How to Manage Max Effort Work with Fatigue and Technique Work