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The Doctor of Deadlifts w/ Dr. Stefi Cohen – The Barbell Life

Dr. Stefi Cohen has an extensive list of achievements in the athletic field but she is also very well accomplished in the academic field. Not only is Stefi a multiple world record holding powerlifter, she is also an exercise physiologist and doctor of physical therapy.

In Olympic Weightlifting Stefi was the Florida senior state gold medalist (2015). Illinois senior state gold medalist and record holder (2015). In Powerlifting Stefi is the current all-time world record holder in squat, deadlift and total, she has 11 total all time world records so far in her career and is the #1 123lb Powerlifter in the world. Prior to strength sports Stefi was an accomplished NCAA (D1) Soccer Player for San Diego State 2009-10, she was also a member of the U17 Venezuelan National Soccer Team 2006-09.

In this episode of the Barbell Life, Travis Mash and the crew discuss Stefi’s dominance in the deadlift, graduating PT school, and her training methods becoming the strongest pound for pound girl in the world.

Minute Breakdown:

1-10 Managing PT School and Training

11-20 Accessory work and overcoming imbalances

21-30 Using equipment in training for imbalances

31-40 Using different barbells to change training stimulus

41-50 Hybrid Performance and the growth of Stefi’s gym

Stefi Cohen on Instagram

Travis Mash on Instagram


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