SPA Championships 2018
This year's annual championships will be held on 4-5 August 2018 at Aperia Mall (8 Kallang Avenue).
Not competing this year? We want you!
Powerlifting is a community sport, and we need spotters, loaders and other helpers for the upcoming meet! It doesn't matter if you have no meet experience, this will be a great opportunity for you to run a meet behind the scenes. Make new friends and catch up with old friends over the 4-5 August weekend!
Asian Powerlifting Alliance
GPA is growing exponentially in Asia and with the emergence of GPA in other Asian countries like Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, China etc., we have formed a regional competition for the best in Asia to compete!
Singapore is part of the Asian Powerlifting Alliance (APA), and SPA 2018 is a qualifier for the APA meet to be held at the end of 2018. The meet will (likely) be held in KL, Malaysia.
This will be your opportunity to represent Singapore and compete against the best in Asia! More information will be released over the next few months.
SPA Championships 2017
SPA 2017 was a roaring success, with nearly 120 participants. Some incredible weights were lifted, and many local and world records set!
Check out our national records to see where you stand, in preparation for this year's meet!
Whether you are preparing for your first meet or getting ready to break records on your 10th, these are some great resources that can help you excel on the platform.
Peaking for Powerlifting by Mike Israetel
Rapid Meet Preparation by Blaine Summer
3 Tips for a Better Competition Mindset by Chad Smith
Game Day Nutrition by Nate Winkler
Tips for your First Powerlifting Meet by Christopher Smith
Top 10 Meet Day Tips for the Competitive Powerlifter by Eric Maroscher
Your First Meet by Mike Robertson
7 Meet Day Tactics for Putting Together Your Best Total by Brandon Smitley
Tips for your First Powerlifting Meet by Corey Hayes
Complete Guide to Cutting Weight Without Sacrificing Strength by Jordan Syatt
Cutting Weight & Rehydrating by Caitlyn Trout
Picking Your Attempts
Picking Meet Attempts by Paul Carter
How to Pick Your Attempts for Your First Powerlifting Meet by Lee Winer
Choosing & Training Your Openers by Jim Wendler