In the world of powerlifting, there are a few different options for coaches. There are online coaches and in person coaches. The differences between these two types of coaches can be confusing. In this article we’ll take a look at what separates them and how you can decide which one is right for you

Takeaway: Online coaches don’t have many limitations, but they also don’t provide a lot of face-to-face interaction time with their clients

Online Coaching

Online coaching is a great way to work with a coach, and it allows you to do the work when it’s convenient for you. You can also do the work from anywhere in the world, which is a big plus if there aren’t any good powerlifting coaches in your area.

Online coaching allows coaches to give feedback on lifts that were done months earlier, and on a day to day basis. Which would be impossible with in person coaching sessions where only one to three training session per week is possible due to scheduling constraints. This means that online coaches can train their athletes more often than most in-person coaches can accommodate!

Another big benefit of online coaching is that it’s cheaper than in-person coaching. This is because there are no travel costs involved, and online coaches don’t have to pay for an office space or equipment. The only major cost associated with online powerlifting coaching is the cost of video equipment (a webcam or a smartphone) and editing software, which many people already own.

The biggest benefit of online coaching is that it allows coaches to watch their athletes lift on a daily basis. This allows them to provide immediate feedback on technique, training program design and more.

In Person Powerlifting Coach

In person coaching is more personal than online coaching. In a one-on-one setting, you can hear the coach’s tone of voice or see how he or she reacts to your performance. You don’t get to watch their body language and see how it changes from moment to moment.

This can be helpful because it allows you to focus on what matters most: your form and technique and make real time changes in person right there . When working with a coach in person, however, there are some benefits that come from being able to see them physically in front of us (or at least on video).

For starters, it’s easier to keep track of what is happening when you can see the whole picture. We can’t always tell how our feet are positioned or how close they are to each other while we’re moving around, but if we see a video of ourselves and have feedback in real time , it becomes much easier to notice. This is especially true for new lifters who aren’t yet used to feeling their bodies move, as well as those recovering from injuries or who may have never been coached before.

The best way to improve your performance is with a coach.

If you’re serious about powerlifting, a coach is essential. A good coach can help you reach your goals, stay motivated and avoid injury. In addition, they can make the most of your time in the gym by teaching proper technique so that you don’t waste energy on ineffective training methods.

It’s important to note that there are many different types of coaches out there: online coaches (like me), in-person coaches and even self-coaching options like books or videos. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks so it’s up to you what kind of support system works best for your needs!

If you’re looking for a coach or just want some help on your journey, please feel free to reach out and I’ll see what I can do!


If you are looking to get the most out of your powerlifting performance, it is important that you find a coach who can help guide you through the process. The best way to do this is by finding one who has experience working with other lifters and knows what it takes to reach peak performance levels. This will ensure that they have the knowledge necessary to provide effective feedback on your technique as well as provide tips on how to improve overall performance

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