Landyn Hickmott, MS(c), CSCS
Powerlifting Athlete, Coach, & Researcher
Landyn Hickmott is an emerging researcher specializing in individualization, autoregulation, and
velocity-based training as it pertains to the sport of powerlifting. Formerly, he was a semiprofessional hockey player in the Western Hockey League. Currently, he is a nationally-qualified
powerlifter in the Canadian Powerlifting Union and a graduate researcher in the Muscle
Physiology Lab at Florida Atlantic University. He will be graduating with a thesis-based
Master’s of Science in August and will be pursuing a PhD at the University of Saskatchewan in
January. Landyn created Individualized Adaptive Powerlifting Programming; a holistic training
system that conceptually integrates RPE and VBT in order to develop an individualized and
adaptive model that is optimally customized for each powerlifting athlete.
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