#LiftLoveLaugh

#LiftLoveLaugh

Checks out this weeks blog posted from Nicola and see whats been happening in the Glen Norah community. #liftlovelaugh

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Putting the "Power" in powerlifting V.2

Putting the "Power" in powerlifting V.2

Putting the “Power” in Powerlifting : A Squatting Scholar seeking to understand the strength of the sport within the humanitarian community. Introducing Nicola, a little Canadian lifter taking a leap of faith and off to learn within the country of Zimbabwe. 

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Putting the "Power" in powerlifting V. 1

Putting the "Power" in powerlifting V. 1

Putting the “Power” in Powerlifting : A Squatting Scholar seeking to understand the strength of the sport within the humanitarian community. Introducing Nicola, a little Canadian lifter taking a leap of faith and off to learn within the country of Zimbabwe. 

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The Experience

The Experience

Check out this weeks blog and read about Tauri's experience at the South African Arnold! Tauri is the President of the ZImbabwe Powerlifting Federation and competed for the first time at the Arnold in South Africa. 

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      The First Meet:   This week, we are beyond excited to share the experiences of our lifters from Zimbabwe, Memory and Tauri, at the South African Arnold. In the coming weeks we will be posting blogs written by both lifters about their experiences and what they learned, not only about the sport, but also the community that thrives around it.      A huge thanks must first go to Antoinette Kriel as she contacted our organization back in January about having/bringing lifters from Zimbabwe to compete at the Arnold. She worked hard to help partially fund their trip and collect equipment donations for the lifters. Additionally she set up their lodging in Johannesburg and handled them at the meet. Having two Zimbabwe lifters compete in the meet itself would have been a huge step forward for LIFT4LIFE and for Zimbabwe, but Tauri and Memory went above and beyond, finishing the meet 8/9 and 9/9, respectively     




 
   
    
      

        

        
          
           
          

          
        

        

      

        

        
          
           
          

          
        

        

      

        

        
          
           
          

          
        

        

      

        

        
          
           
          

          
        

        

      
    
   

  
     
    
      
         
            
            
         
      
    
       
  

 






  
  
  
          This meet was more than just a meet but a milestone for the LIFT4LIFE team as we continue to grow the sport in Zimbabwe and beyond. This shows how quickly things can get going in a country when you pour in countless amounts of passion, and have amazing people to work with, including Ben and Helen Kawadza and Tauri in Zim. Tauri is the President of the Zimbabwe Powerlifting Federation and was able to learn a lot of information about running meets that will benefit generations of powerlifters to come in Zimbabwe! Check out next week's blog post to get Tauri’s own thoughts on the meet and his plans for Zimbabwe going forward!   From our team: As always thank you for taking the time to read about LIFT4LIFE, and you can all help us by sharing our website, liking us on Facebook, inviting your friends to the page, and following us on Instagram!                         Spread the word and help us grow the community                                          of powerlifting worldwide!   Instagram:  LIFT4LIFE_worldwide   Website: l ift4life-worldwide.org   Facebook:  lift4lifeworldwide   Link to donate:  http://www.lift4life-worldwide.org/donate-now/

Thanks for coming back to our blog series! This week, we are beyond excited to share the experiences of our lifters from Zimbabwe, Memory and Tauri, at the South African Arnold.

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South African Arnold Part Two

South African Arnold Part Two

Welcome back to our LIFT4LIFE blog series! It has been about a month since we last updated you on our efforts to send two lifters from Zimbabwe to South Africa to compete in the Arnold there. Since then, we successfully raised enough funds for our cause to support and send some of our lifters to South Africa. This will be an exciting month ahead as we see them off to their first competition in May!

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South African Arnold 2017

South African Arnold 2017

Welcome back and check out this months blog post on how you can help send two of our Zimbabwe lifters to the Arnold in South Africa. 

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Equipment, Fundraising, & Community

Equipment, Fundraising, & Community

Welcome back to our blog series and read today about how the community of powerlifting around the world is helping out our efforts in Zimbabwe. 

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The Impact:

The Impact:

Check out this weeks post to learn about an awesome thing that happened this morning in Zimbabwe. Truly, we have come so far in a year and it is due to all of the support everyone has poured out our way! 

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2016 Recap

2016 Recap

Check out this week's blog post as we reflect on 2016 and look towards the future with 2017 goals. What you are in for is about a 5 minute read, please check it out to learn about our journey so far. 

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

This week we share many ways to give back during this holiday season not just in powerlifting but within your local areas. 

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Thank You:

Thank You:

Round up on the success of our Black Friday - Cyber Monday Sales! 

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Glen Norah A

Glen Norah A

Check out this weeks blog post to learn about another one of our seminar's in Zimbabwe and plans for the first meet for 2017 and how you can help out! 

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Our Next Goal: 10,000

Our Next Goal: 10,000

Check out this weeks blog post about what your donations can do for the communities in zimbabwe!

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Raw Nationals: Atlanta

Raw Nationals: Atlanta

Check out this weeks blog post where we give you a run down on USA Powerlifting Raw Nationals as we have been here in Atlanta telling others about our cause as the biggest powerlifting meet in the country! 

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Glenview 3-Community Center

Glenview 3-Community Center

Check out this weeks post about the first community center we did a seminar in called Glenview 3 in Harare Zimbabe. 

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The Return to Zimbabwe:

The Return to Zimbabwe:

Check out our first blog post about our return to Zimbabwe and why it was so amazing to step foot back in that country! 

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The Beginning:

The Beginning:

Check out this weeks blog written by Taurai Bayisayi the man who will become the president of the ZImbawbe Powerlifting Federation. 

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Wits University

Wits University

Check out this weeks blog post to read more about our adventures abroad with growing the sport of powerlifting. 

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Johannesburg

Johannesburg

Check out this weeks blog post to learn about the second leg of our trip when we visited with Atoinette Kriel and Andrew to help grow the sport further in Joburg! 

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