My name is Kyle and I run Lift Vault.
I started Lift Vault in 2016 when I became frustrated at how difficult it could be to find spreadsheets for powerlifting programs. Since then, the site has become an archive for over 100 different powerlifting, bodybuilding, strength training, powerbuilding, and running (yes, even running) programs.
Where do the Spreadsheets Come From?
The spreadsheets you see here are usually shared publicly on other people’s sites or forums like Reddit or BodyBuilding.com. Some are directly from the program author, while others are adaptions of programs published in books.
Whenever possible, I seek to provide attribution to the program authors, the spreadsheet creator (if different), and link out to any relevant pages to promote the program author.
Free vs. Paid Programs
None of the spreadsheets on Lift Vault are for paid programs.
If you believe there is a spreadsheet on here that should be removed, please let me know.
I’m an Active Enthusiast, Not an Expert
While I always try to provide the best information on Lift Vault, I am not an expert in programming or nutrition. The advice you’ll find on Lift Vault is generalized, not necessarily specific to you.
I am a regular guy that trains several times a week, competes in powerlifting, and enjoys keeping up on developments in strength training.
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Feedback? Let me know!
I want Lift Vault to be the largest, most useful repository of free lifting programs available.