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Fun community filled with people consistently working hard together to become strongerfitter, and healthier.  We focus on technique first and foremost, all athletes must work to show proficiency in movement mechanics in everything we do.  Our coaches are passionate about your personal goals and long term well-being.  

We have the experience coaching and competing at the Nationals level in Weightlifting, CrossFit Games, and Powerlifting.  This is the place for you if you're looking to compete at a high level in WeightliftingPowerlifting, and Competitive CrossFit. *If you are a competitor in any of the above looking for programming and/or coaching from someone with experience and education please contact Sam Johnson by emailing - samjohnson@strengthfarmpdx.com

StrengthFarm is also the place for you if you're interested in training for life while not competing.  Competition is not mandatory, it is an individual choice. We believe in providing a place where athletes can choose to compete for time or weight, or choose not to compete and enjoy the process of having fun in a stress-free environment.  StrengthFarm is here for you and your personal goals, we are here to help.  Come work hard with us!

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Paul is Sam's brother who is now in the United State Marine Corps.  4 months prior to joining the Marine Corps, Paul began training with Sam.  Paul weighed 182lbs and could run 3 miles in under 18 minutes as well as perform 26 strict pull ups without stopping.  After training with Sam and right before leaving for basic training, Paul weighed in at 197lbs (pictured above), ran 3 miles in 17:52, added 65lbs to his back squat, and 78lbs to his deadlift.  He could also do a pull up with 100lbs on his back.  Needless to say, Paul is a machine built for the Marine Corps.

Paul is Sam's brother who is now in the United State Marine Corps.  4 months prior to joining the Marine Corps, Paul began training with Sam.  Paul weighed 182lbs and could run 3 miles in under 18 minutes as well as perform 26 strict pull ups without stopping. 

After training with Sam and right before leaving for basic training, Paul weighed in at 197lbs (pictured above), ran 3 miles in 17:52, added 65lbs to his back squat, and 78lbs to his deadlift.  He could also do a pull up with 100lbs on his back.  Needless to say, Paul is a machine built for the Marine Corps.