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Power Athlete Radio – Episode 94 Robb Wolf

"The Power Athlete Forum is the only forum I spend any time on."

One of our favorite guests, Robb Wolf, is back.  This week, he entertains questions about cholesterol, the fermented food craze, and killing animals with primitive tools.

Hear our latest #22JackedStreet updates, Luke's submission of the term "bulklemia" to Webster's Dictionary, rand Robb's advice about leaning and gaining that would have been mighty helpful about 15 weeks ago.

Finally, Robb reminds us that he is a better person than us in nearly every conceivable by casually mentioning he holds a World Record.  To find out what, you'll have to stay tuned.  Here is a hint - it's not hotdog eating.  This is Episode 94 of Power Athlete Radio.

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Show Notes

Don't forget to head over to Robb's website for more content and resources than you could ever imagine.  Oh, and check out his podcast - The Paleo Solution.  I have and I can tell you first hand, it is highly informative and just another great nutrition and training resource.

2015 is here and that means that CrossFit Football is setting sail for a city near or near-ish you.  Don't forget to go here to see when the crew will be heading your way.  We are still adding to the list of  locations and dates so be sure to check back frequently for the most recent updates.

Valentines weekend has arrived and that means swag sales.  As promised, we will discounting our apparel and outfitting you and your sweetheart, training partner, or inflatable companion with the latest Power Athlete fashion.  Take advantage of the savings all this weekend here.

CALI

CALI

A strength and conditioning coach since 2009, Cali has worked with numerous athletes spanning from rugby players to cross country skiers.Almost immediately after finding CrossFit in 2010, she was introduced to a program that better suited her athletic goals.With her existing background in powerlifting and football, she became a natural devotee to CFFB/PowerAthlete and testament to it's effectiveness.In 2012, she left D.C. and headed for the state named after her to be a part of the CrossFit Football Seminar Staff and a Jedi of Power Athlete HQ. Cali currently resides in Seattle where she works full time in law enforcement.
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9 Responses to Power Athlete Radio – Episode 94 Robb Wolf

  1. Holy shit. Bulkemia. I know it. @luke you probably don’t remember this but at the seminar at Naperville, I weighed a light 200. Now weighing in at nice solid 210. No protein supplements, just food. Sometimes it’s hard to bend over to tie my shoes or put my pants on I’m so full.

  2. Actually, since I started CFFB about four years ago I’ve gained between 35-40lbs. Weighed 170/175 when I started…

  3. Great way to relax on a Sunday aft–with my favorite people. Fantastic podcast jam packed with knowledge bombs. The time flew.

    Will someone please feed Cali?

  4. Tex – Don’t sweat the plateau. I’m sure John’s told you by now, but muscle growth isn’t linear. It comes in spurts. So there might be a period of no change on the scale, but it will likely move later on. That’s another benefit of Robb’s suggestion of cycling the bulking, which give the body a chance to super-compensate and grow.

  5. @elliot,
    Thanks bro. Since we recorded this episode I’ve gotten to the 210# mark, and got a second DEXA scan. Up 13 total pounds, 8.2 pounds muscle and 2.8 fat…with a BMI of 36. Bone density still in the 99%, so I got that going for me.

  6. Is there a prize on the line for this Jacked Street thing?

    • Kind of, yeah. We are all putting in 100 dollhairs. First, you have to make weight. Second, you have to have the “best” body comp swing. Gainers get a 2 point differential handicap because they are whiny bitches.

  7. Elliott S.

    Yeah, dollhairs. They’re not worth nothing. You could probably sell them to a doll company and get maybe $4 for them.

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