Brazil PowerliftingBrazil Powerlifting is about moving tons of weight by bench pressing, deadlifting, and squatting. We support all federations, all lifters, and are committed to the sport of Powerlifting. We want to see bigger lifts, and stronger competitors in our sports. If you know of any more Brazil Powerlifting Federations and Gyms that are not listed here please let us know and we will post it.
* ALIANÇA NACIONAL DA FORÇA (National Strength Alliance)
Vice-president: Stevie Willian Ramos
* Brazilian Powerlifting Confederation
Julio Cesar Conrado, President
Rua Paranapanema, 111, ap.32 Saude
São Paulo-SP Brazil
Phone / Fax: +55-11-3259-5852
Mobile phone: +55-11-8415-5333
* Brazilian WABDL
* FEDERAÇÕES INTERNACIONAL DOS BASISTAS (FIB/CONBRAFA)
SHCES Quadra 707
Bloco E Ap 301
Bairro Cruzeiro Novo 70655775
* WPC/WNPF Brazil
Flavio Danna VP
* Academia DNA
Rio de Janeiro Brazil
* Academia Jefferson Bad Boy
Ribeirao Preto Brazil
* Academia Nautilus
Santo Andre Brazil
* Caramello Powerlifting Center
* Gilson Clemente Academia
São Paulo Brazil
Brazil Powerlifting competing at its meets in the 80’s and early nineties. With the advancements in supportive gear, other federations like the APF sprang up to accommodate those lifters who wanted less restriction in that area and multiply lifting was born. Squats could now be taken out of a monolift, so walking out the squats would no longer interfere with moving maximum weight. As gear continued to become more advanced, Unlimited feds like the WPO came into existence, and many of the all time total and benchpress numbers sky rocketed. The APF and WPO found their greatest success during the late 90’s and early 2000’s.
Today there has been a titanic fracturing of power in the sport. There are multiple raw feds now, single ply feds- some old, some newer, and many multi-ply feds to choose from. Many view this as a good thing because now lifters have a choice- there is literally a federation in Brazil Powerlifting for every distinction that can be made. What ply’s are allowed, drug tested or not, competition rules, international affiliation. It’s all there now. The only problem is that now there are 50 different world records under different conditions and the sport has become completely diluted with mediocrity…but hey, who doesn’t want to be a National Champion. RISE UP.
Brazil Powerlifting is a growing sport and is increasing in size every year. This means that records will be broken and new champions will arise. If you set a major state record or you know someone who has please let us know so we can add it to this page. Violent Hero Powerlifting is committed to providing accurate information regarding Brazil Powerlifting federations, gyms, and resources. If you find that any of the information on this page is inaccurate please contact us.