2021 USSF Powerlifting and Strengthlifting Championships

The United States Strengthlifting Federation and Barbell Logic would like to invite our competitors to compete in-person, head to head, in beautiful St. Louis for the title of the Champion. The hardest competition, the greatest prizes, and the most glory is on the line!

In order to qualify for this event you must have totaled in a USSF Sanctioned Event in 2021. Competitors may compete in Powerlifting (Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift), Strengthlifting (Press, Conventional Deadlift), or both if they are qualified.

Register Here:

Where: Strength Parlor
108 Crafton Drive
O’Fallon, MO 63366

When: 10/09/2021

Strengthlifting and Powerlifting: $200

Powerlifting Cost: $150

Strengthlifting Cost: $100
Optional Squat Add-On: $50
*does not count towards strengthlifting total, for records only.

Prize Breakdown

  • Every lifter – will receive a Digital Trophy for participating in this competition and many more unique Digital Trophies and Achievements are up for grabs! Every lifter will also receive a t-shirt.
  • The Hyper-Trophy – will be awarded for the most epic lift as determined solely at the discretion of the USSF President. The Hyper-Trophy winner will receive a $100 rogue gift card and a special figurine.
  • Champion Prizes
    • Open Best Lifter – Based on Wilks
      • 1st Place: TBD
      • 2nd Place: TBD
      • 3rd Place: TBD
    • Women Best Lifter – Based on Wilks
      • 1st Place: TBD
      • 2nd Place: TBD
      • 3rd Place: TBD
    • Master’s Open Best Lifter – Based on Wilks and Age Coefficient
      • 1st Place: TBD
    • Master’s Women Best Lifter – Based on Wilks and Age Coefficient
      • 1st Place: TBD
    • Junior Open Best Lifter – Based on Wilks and Age Coefficient
      • 1st Place: TBD
    • Junior Women Best Lifter – Based on Wilks and Age Coefficient
      • 1st Place: TBD
  • Weight Class Awards – Based on Total
    • 1st Place – USSF Medal
    • 2nd Place – USSF Medal
    • 3rd Place – USSF Medal

Rules

  1. Competition takes place between lifters in categories defined by sex, bodyweight, and age. There are twenty six classes:
  • Open Division
    • Lightweight: Up to 150lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Master: Over 40 years old
    • Lightweight: Up to 175lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Master: Over 40 years old
    • Middleweight: Up to 200lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Master: Over 40 years old
    • Middleweight: Up to 231lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Master: Over 40 years old
    • Heavyweight: Up to 265lbs
      • Adult: 20-39years old
      • Master: Over 40 Years Old
    • Heavyweight: Over 265lbs
      • Adult: 20-39years old
      • Master: Over 40 Years Old
    • Junior: Under 20 Years Old
  • Women’s Division
    • Lightweight: Up to 120lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Masters: Over 40 years old
    • Lightweight: Up to 140lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Masters: Over 40 years old
    • Middleweight: Up to 160lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Masters: Over 40 years old
    • Middleweight: Up to 180lbs
      • Adult: 20-39 years old
      • Masters: Over 40 years old
    • Heavyweight: Up to 200lbs
      • Adult:20-39 years old
      • Masters: Over 40 years old
    • Heavyweight: Over 200lbs
      • Adult:20-39 years old
      • Masters: Over 40 years old
  • Junior: Under 20 years old

2. The summation of a lifters best Squat, Bench, and Deadlift (Powerlifting), and/or Press and Conventional Deadlift (Strengthlifting) will constitute their total. Winners for each category will be determined by the highest total. If two lifters are tied, the lighter lifter will be declared the winner.

3. A non-supportive singlet, collarless t-shirt, pair of shoes, and knee high socks are required. For more information reference the detailed ruleset at usstrengthlifting.com/rules.

4. For the safety of our competitors and in the name of fairness of competition, the USSF does not conduct weigh-ins. Weigh outs will be performed immediately following a lifters final attempt on the platform.

5. There are no commands. A lifter merely needs to demonstrate proper control and execution of the lifts as detailed in the rules linked above.

For the detailed Powerlifting and Strengthlifting ruleset please visit: usstrengthlifting.com/rules
* Please note the rules are under revision for the 2021 championships.

The USSF would like to thank our sponsors at Barbell Logic, Dominion Strength Training, and Micro Gainz. We would like to thank our hosts at Strength Parlor.

We look forward to seeing you on the platform,
Jordan Stanton – President of the United States Strengthlifting Federation

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