Aug 7, 2019
Kabuki: a form of Japanese theater that uses exaggerated gestures and body movements to express emotions. On this episode of All About Fitness, Chris Duffin, one of the founders of Kabuki Strength Labs outside of Portland, OR, the host of the Strength Chat podcast and a coach known as the Mad Scientist of Strength shares his story of how he went from being homeless as a child to achieving success in the sport of powerlifting and being an executive for successful companies.
As a competitive powerlifter, Chris hit an 881 lbs. squat at 220 lbs. of bodyweight, our discussion covers how training for powerlifting helped Chris to develop a success-oriented mindset, the need to teach proper movement skills as the foundation for any fitness program but especially for the sport of powerlifting and, finally, the unique tools he creates for his Kabuki Strength line of exercise equipment. Anyone interested in learning how strength training can give you the mindset to change your life, this episode is for you!
To learn more about Chris Duffin, pick up a copy of The Eagle and the Warrior, his book about how he overcome a challenging childhood to reach success.
To learn more from Chris and his approach to strength training, attend a Kabuki Movement System seminar
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