Free Deadlift Seminar Saturday at Big Tex Gym in Austin, TX

Update: The seminar has come and gone, but we now have the video up on YouTube and embedded below:

The Big Tex Gym Free Deadlift Seminar is Sat, March 9 at 11AM

The Big Tex Gym Free Deadlift Seminar is Sat, March 9 at 11AM

Hey fellow Austinites and SXSW attendees!

On Saturday, March 9 (tomorrow), Big Steve Smith of Big Tex Gym in North Austin, TX will be hosting a FREE deadlift seminar at 11am.

Steve is a state Powerlifing champion and is also the founder and owner of Big Tex Gym. In this free seminar, he’ll go over proper form and technique, with tips and tricks to help properly build more size and strength.

Steve will also demystify some of the special equipment that has helped him lift more than anyone else, including bands and chains.

All are welcome to attend — you don’t need to be an aspiring powerlifter to utilize deadlifts. They are one of the foundational lifts and go a long way towards building proper natural size, strength, and speed – in all sports.

No matter what your age is, you can always benefit from a better deadlift.

Where is Big Tex Gym?

Big Tex Gym is located here: 1921 Cedar Bend Drive Austin, TX 78758 (512) 775-7838

SXSW Attendees Welcome

Austin isn’t just a liberal city with lots of live music, tech businesses, and incredible food. It’s also home to some of America’s elite athletes – both professional and collegiate. If you’re in Austin for the music, come on over to Big Tex Gym and see the “tougher” side of the city.

For those of you unaware, South By Southwest, or “SXSW”, is a massive annual “festival” and set of conferences based upon music, indie films, and new technology. It began today on March 8, 2013, and goes on until the 17th.

More about Big Tex Gym

Big Tex Gym in Austin, TX – Official Site.

See Big Tex Gym on Facebook at and on Yelp at

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