We are back!
Hi, I’m Jon Wilkinson, the editor of British Powerlifting Magazine, welcome all to the 2nd issue of the newest British Powerlifting Magazine. I hope everyone else enjoys the content of this issue as much I have. This month, as you can see, we have a great range of content, about coming up to a competition with an injury, about bombing, from Amanda Lawrence about Sheffield 2020, about lifting with a plant based diet.
In the last issue, I wrote most of the content; here, I have had some wonderful contributors from across British Powerlifting and beyond. Would you like to contribute to the next issue? What perspectives can you bring to the public, what story about powerlifting would you like to tell? This magazine is for everyone in British Powerlifting, so please, help me make it yourself and tell me what you want to read!
In this issue
IN THE NEXT ISSUE
The next issue is going to be featuring another exclusive interview with a lifter at Sheffield 2020. Email me at , tell me who YOU think it should be!
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The British Powerlifting Executive Board are delighted at the re-launch of our Magazine. There have been two previous issues, each with different editors and we hope that under the guidance of the new editor, Jon Wilkinson, members will find the new format an interesting read. Of course the magazine is only as good as its content; that means the Editor is reliant on contributions from you, the members.
So please let Jon know if you'd like to help or contribute material.
On behalf of the British Powerlifting Board
Well, that's a wrap, until the next issue!
Want to be featured in a future edition? Do you have an interesting story to tell? Then get in touch! We'd love to hear from you.
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British Powerlifting Magazine is the Official Newsletter of British Powerlifting and as such aims to be in keeping with the ethos of the organisation. The views and opinions expressed within are those of the individuals concerned and not all content necessarily represents the views and opinions of British Powerlifting (GB Powerlifting Federation Ltd).