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September 27, 2022
Never Enough Bench DVD - From Mark Bell and Team Super Training
Included is an explanation of how novice lifter Jordan Ritchie went from a 365 pound equipped bench press to a 565 pound bench press in just 3 months.

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Mark Bell takes a funny and informative look at Team Super Training's bench press training.

This DVD features: the team's basic bench press template,

examples of dynamic and maximum effort bench movements,

examples of bench accessory work,

how to and "gangsta" single and double ply bench shirts.

It also features Scott Cartwright discussing the aggressive triceps rehab program that quickly returned him to competitive benching,

Mark chronicling the downs and ups of his bench training and performances since 2005 and a final segment that ties it all together with a look at a gym packed with raw and shirted benching (including Mark himself attempting an 875 lb shirted 2 board press).

Shot in widescreen by Jim McDonald (credited in the documentaries Power Unlimited and Bigger Stronger Faster*) and Bell. 96 minutes on 1 disc

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Never Enough Bench DVD Reviews

The best powerlifting DVD I've ever seen.

Dave Tate
Elite Fitness Systems

From beginning to end this DVD is both entertaining and informative. Mark Bell narrates throughout the DVD and throws in his unique sense of humor which makes it all that much more fun to watch. Almost every aspect of benching is covered in the DVD from the use of boards and chains and training templates to accessory exercises, technique and the use of powerlifting gear. I highly recommend this DVD to any powerlifter or bench specialist. You're bound to learn something new from this movie.

Jo Jordan

First, this training DVD is entertaining. This is rare in this industry as some experts feel as if it is their job to remain stoic and academic. Mark’s voiceovers are both insightful and funny. He pokes fun at some of his lifters (and Dave Tate) but you can tell that he truly cares about the guys in his gym. I didn’t even fast forward through the DVD, something I cannot even say about porn.

Second, it is educational. Chad Aichs makes an appearance to help with the squat and Mark teaches the deadlift. There is tons of training footage that Mark critiques and lets you see different squat styles and techniques. It goes over a ton of different dynamic squat cycles that the guys have used including bands, chains, bands and chains, squatting off of foam, safety squat bar, buffalo bar, cambered bar, reverse band etc. All of the lifters in his gym are represented. Not just the fat guys like Mark and Scott Cartwright.

It goes over max effort training and again is peppered with actual workout footage. You can see how hard these guys train and what their attitudes are like. Mark again goes over technique and his thoughts on the training. There are even several attempts in full gear when the lifter is getting ready for the meet. It captures all the comfort and ease of a fully suited lift.

Last, the DVD is inspirational. I don’t know if I should say this but Dave handed me the copy last week and told me to watch it. I asked him what he thought and he remarked, “It made me miss the gym.” This is a huge statement from Dave, especially if you know him like I do. This is something you could put on before you start training to give you a boot to the ass. There is also meet footage of Cartwright’s single ply meet (he totaled 2204) in which he narrates his thoughts. This is unique stuff and something very different. The work ethic and dedication to helping others is apparent and should be seen by every coach and lifter. We have long championed training with a group and this video shows you why it’s so important. Mark has gone above and beyond my expectations for this video. He recently told me that they are working on a bench press video and if it’s anything like this one we are in for another great production.

Jim Wendler
Elite Fitness Systems

A great dvd that will help you with with training and motivation. Seeing a group of guys working together is both motivating and a great learning tool. The exercise descriptions are easy to follow, along with the whys of this or that exercise or technique.

I'd recommend it to a beginner to advanced lifter.

Thomas Deebel, D.C.


I just watched you new DVD and it was great. I have never done powerlifting, but I just graduated from college this june and I have been lost without football (ex-O-lineman), and I am looking for something to do. Your DVD was different than some of the other training videos I've bought because you have younger guys lifting on it, both high school and college. I liked seeing how guys just starting to powerlift struggled and were successful. It let me know that this is something I could do. I wish I had access to it when I was still playing because I realize now how sloppy my form was on the bench and squat. Those kids are lucky to be learning good form that young. Anyway, great DVD.


Wanted to chime in and share my thoughts on your new DVD, "Never Enough."

The first thing one notices when they start watching the DVD is the excellent quality of the images, when you turn off your TV after watching "Never Enough" the real world starts to look a bit blurry. The quality, coupled with the fantastic editing makes the DVD unbelievable. If Sigourney Weaver narrated it would make a perfect "Planet Earth" episode on the Walrus -or Bear.

The DVD covers a variety of ME movements, and DE variations while showcasing several lifters that make up Team Super Training. The narration is very well done, and combines useful training information (technique, common problems, and the setup of various movements) as well as a good sense of humor. It should also be noted that the DVD not only showed different lifters, but, took advantage of the great powerlifting team and has several different narrators for the differing sections.

The scene that showcases Hoss' single-ply meet (which was, in a word or two, fucking classic) is great, and with his recent success on the lifting platform (how about his squat and new single-ply total?) Hoss is a lifter that every powerlifter should be familiar with. Picking up a copy of "Never Enough" would be a good choice for that reason alone -think of it as his rookie card. He is well on his way to going places.

The interview with the Grizzly Bear, Chad Aichs, is a great addition, too. The interview is a nice change of pace from the action of the lifting scenes, and that it was split up throughout the movie, again, displays the wonderful editing of the entire DVD. He shares his advice for the squat and the box squat, training for a meet and ME variations. Everyone knows Chad and his lifts, and this is the DVD to learn more about how he got them.

The DVD has grit, it has laughs, it has blood and a lot of sweat (I mean, a lot of fucking sweat). But more than anything, it has powerlifting. Not the squat and the deadlift, but it has the real underlying essence that makes this sport what it is.

If you're serious about powerlifting, buy this DVD.

If you want to be serious about powerlifting, buy this DVD.

If you want to entertained and learn a lot in the process, buy this DVD.

If you like big, hairy men with boner-crushing weight, buy this DVD.


I just want to comment on Team Super Training's new video "Never Enough". I bought that video thinking it was going to be another powerlifting training video with the same crap all over.... I was wrong. I was very wrong.

I recently completed a 36 hour roadtrip from hell from south western Georgia to Columbus, Ohio and back. During that trip I watched the video not once, not twice, but three times. A couple of points that really stood out: the actual training with real sweat, straining and blood, the time taken to show and explain the exercises and the training philosophies behind them, the interview/commentary by Chad Aichs, and the personalities. Scott Cartwrights conflicts with the weights were especially enlightening because I too have the short cuboidal shape and similar bouts of Tourette's.

The biggest compliment to this DVD is that after I'd watched it all those times, I came home the next day to find my wife watching it. She is a person who never, ever watches videos like this. Her words were: "you can learn something from this one".

Good job guys. When can we pre-order the bench press video?

Congratulations on the DVD product you have just released. A workout/instructional DVD with no attempt to impress with Hollywood slickness and pretending. This is the real deal. Jack Ass and his gang show what they do and why. Mark encourages self-thinking while giving credit where credit is due for the format and frame of his workouts. Gives full credit to those who have given him training ideas that he has adapted to his own needs and the needs of the team.

There is much of value to this DVD, especially from the perspective of receiving inspiration from the workouts, the explanations and the AWESOME interview with Chad Aichs. When someone as good as Chad and Mark seem so enthusiastic at what they do, and then you witness the DVD of them moving a lot of weight around, at least for me it made me want to go out to the garage gym and workout. I think the most impressive factor was the synergy of the team. It made me jealous. I want a crew like that.

Mark has come a long way. I met mark back in 2002 at EFS seminar in Tucson, AZ. Mark was probably like 220 and a little man with big dreams at becoming a pro-wrestler. I have stayed in touch with Mark over the years and had the pleasure of visiting him in Columbus during his stay there. Mark has always been available to share his knowledge with me and let me in the latest secrets they are trying (foam box etc). Mark is no longer that little man. He is now a big fat man with several elite statuses that he earned on his way to 308.

As mentioned before I was very impressed with Chad’s presentation, common sense and humor. I also need to mention another impressive beast that goes by the name of “Hoss”. I remember reading about Hoss before but I have to express how impress I am with Hoss Cartwright’s improvement. Hoss has just tapped into his potential. Watch out PL world.

Overall, I learned a few things from Mark, the crew and from Chad Aichs. I was entertained with their attempt to be humor and I decently recommend this DVD. I can see more private/garage gyms opening all over the place. One question for Mark…..when is the Bench DVD coming out?


Jackass i watched your tape. good shit. i used to be fat and strong but i got a new job and i havent been training with the guys at all and now i am fat and weak. i miss the gym and the guys. after finishin the tape i felt like a pussy. it was a kick in the balls because i tried to lie to myself and say i could be strong without my training partners, but now i drink beer and watch tapes of other lifters instead of lift. everyone needs to get this tape to see that you cant do this shit alone. you see jackass and his boys push each other to not be pussies. thats powerlifting.


Mr. Jackasserson,

Per your request on Adult Friend Finder.com I present to you the Never Enough DVD review:

First time through, watch it. Second time, listen. Third, well just skip past the ultra close-up of Mark’s fat bloated face in the intro and you’re good. Honestly, the more you watch it the more you pick up. Most everyone will immediately notice the similarities in the training styles leading you to believe that it's regurgitated WSB stuff. It's the differences in their training philosophies that separate them from the "standard template". However, their approach to accessory/supplemental/ other shit was sorely missed. I cried.

Chad Aichs' interview, although too brief, is also full of great information from a different perspective. Chad, your turn for a training DVD.

While watching, note how Mark talks about the cycling of gear throughout the team's training and how they each employ it differently to achieve success. I do believe that just for a brief moment, I did see a Ginny suit used which in my opinion should void Jackass’ Metal sponsorship. Just a suggestion… But I was appalled.

Overall this is a DVD you need to watch several times to gain the full breadth of Mark's fat bloated face and the garbage he is spewing out of his filthy sewer. And even though this ate up all of my porn money for the month, I was just as satisfied.

P. McCrotch

Mark "Jackass" Bell Benches 795


I love the DVD. It looks like you guys have a solid, dedicated crew. I look forward to future installments. Thanks again.


Jackass, I had to write in to say thank you for the Never Enough dvd. I am a female training for my first comp. Your dvd was just what I needed to fix any form and technique problems I was having. My squat went up 30% in only one training session!

Outstanding dvd, solid advice and had me laughing the whole way through it. As long as you guys keep making the dvd's, I'll be buying them. Can't wait for the next one.


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