What is Power Lifting?
pow·er·lift·ing
ˈpou(ə)rˌliftiNG/
noun
noun: powerlifting; noun: power-lifting
1.    a form of competitive weightlifting in which contestants attempt three types of lift in a set sequence.
 
 
Powerlifting is a sport that involves three lifts: squat, bench, and deadlift. The winner in each weight class is the athlete with the highest total for the three lifts. Over the last 25 years, There is much more to this sport than just pushing or pulling a weight up and eating everything in sight.