I just put up this new PowerBuilding audio interview with Mike Schwanke. Mike is a training partner of mine at Tampa Barbell and he’s a pro division powerlifter.
You’ll like it because Mike is super lean and strong at the same time and shares his cardio/conditioning schedule.
A lot of people ask how much cardio is too much when you are trying to stay strong so this should shed some light on the topic.
By the way did I mention Mike weighs 220 lbs and has squatted 1000 lbs, benched 700 lbs and deadlifted 800 lbs in competition! So you’ll definitely want to listen to Mike’s tips.
Got something to add to the discussion? Leave your comment below on how to balance strength with low to moderate body fat levels.
Friday night is a big night for me, there’s a lot on the line. Actually I’m not leaving the house but I made a bet with my wife. She’s a huge Patriots fan and I’m a hardcore Redskins fan. It’s just preseason but our teams face each other this Friday.
The veterans don’t have a lot at stake, but as for me, well if the Pats win I’ll never hear the end of it.
One my favorite players is the NFL is Phillip Daniels who is a DE with the Washington Redskins going into his 14th season.
This guy is an Ox! Other than the fact that he slams QBs to the ground and is one of the best run-stuffers in the League, Phil is also an offseason Powerlifter.
I got him on the line to talk with us about a hardcore gym that he just opened up.
It’s called Monster Gargage Gym located in IL and he opened it with co-owner and 2 time WPC powerlifting champ Eric Maroscher.
As a skins fan, fellow powerlifter and the fact that I train at a barbell club and warehouse gym myself I definitely want to help get the word out about this new facility.
Some of today’s fitness centers just make me sick, so I’m happy every time I hear about one of these underground barbell clubs opening up.
Enjoy the interview….Phil is a real down to Earth guy and you’re gonna love his energy.
(Fan since the 5th grade)
P.S. Why am I Skins fan when I live in Tampa Bay? Because I was born in raised in northern VA and because I like watching them destroy the Bucs! That’s right, I said it!
Chris Janek competed in the 2009 UPA Powerlifting Nationals held in Dubuque, IA – April 2009
Chris Janek (308) represented Critical Bench totalling 2,502 pounds in only his third meet. Janek squatted 1,036 pounds, benched 727, and deadlifted 738 pounds.
Luke Allison of Critical Bench interviews Janek in this podcast discussing the meet and training leading up to the meet.
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