Milo Strong

Strength training with proper and effective form.

Sometimes it’s fun to just move some big weight!

Powerlifting is often confused with Olympic lifting. In Powerlifting, the athlete works to lift the heaviest weight they possibly can for just one repetition in the bench press, back squat, and deadlift. Olympic Lifting focuses strictly the Snatch and Clean & Jerk. Coach Alan oversees our Strength programming which cycles the athletes through a variation of Strength, Powerlifting and Olympic Lifting movements, incorporating related progression elements in addition to supplemental strength building exercises. Programming focus on increasing your max effort lifts, refining your form and building overall strength and endurance. Our Strength focused programming is used during our Open Gym times.

Fitness member lifting outside

Testing Your Strength

Lifting heavy things has been a pursuit since the earliest recorded history. People have been testing their strength in competition and being praised for their prowess for thousands of years. Just take a look at Milo, our own namesake, who started lifting a calf as a young boy and then carried the full-grown bull upon his shoulders as a young man. Our powerlifting programming can help you do it the right way.

Lifting Fundamentals

It is important to get proper training so you don’t do something foolish and hurt yourself. An injury is eminent if you simply jump into a high intensity and high volume workout routine. We teach you the core fundamentals of the lifts and help you practice over time to increase your power.

Kim doing a Deadlift at Milo Fitness Factory

Keys To Success

Once you have a good foundation, it is important to understand variables such as frequency, volume and intensity. Likewise, individual overload and fatigue management as well as avoiding joint and tendon pain are all important core principles to learn. Our coaches explain all of this to help with your lasting success.


Never done it? Not to worry
We have 3 Foundation classes will get you started!