We’re excited to welcome Mike Tuchscherer to the podcast this week. Kevin and Mike hop onto the mic for a longer episode where they chat about the similarities and differences between PPS and RTS.
Topics covered include:
- Mike’s background and the conceptualization of RTS
- How variations play into powerlifting
- The uncertainty of powerlifting programming and coaching
- Differences between athletes and their effects on training
Mike began powerlifting in 1997 and has been studying athletic training ever since. He quickly became a State record holder in Indiana and Kentucky when he was still a Sophomore in High School. And he continued to develop his talent and ability throughout his college career and into the Open division. Currently, Mike’s achievements include: Winning the Gold Medal at the 2009 World Games (first male in USA Powerlifting history to do this), Winning 8 USA Powerlifting National Championships, 2 Bronze, 3 Silver, 1 Gold medals in IPF World Championships, Set 3 IPF World Records multiple times, and competing internationally both single ply and unequipped.
In addition to many championships, Mike is best known for founding Reactive Training Systems, where he and his staff provide practical and methodical powerlifting knowledge to athletes who are serious about reaching the next level in powerlifting. RTS provides proven knowledge based on years of experience and, trial and error, and top level competitions.
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