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About This Episode
Guy Cisternino discusses his diet on the road, Shawn Rhoden's accusations and Olympia ban, his quest to return to stage and more.
Topics Covered on this Show
- Diet and eating habits while traveling
- Shawn Rhoden's rape accusations
- Olympia committees decision to ban Shawn Rhoden from the 2019 Olympia
- Domestic violence in bodybuilding
- His quest to return to stage
- The discrepancy in respect level between 212 and Open
- Athlete sponsorships
- MFIT SUPPS
- How he got the nickname Quadro
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About The Guest
Guy Cisternino was first inspired by his father’s athletic ability and physique. Guy ‘senior’ played football through college and boxed on the side.
Guy ‘junior’ also liked to play football. With a small stature, he realized he’d need to make up for the lack of height and weight with strength. His father bought him a weight set when he was in the 7th grade and he trained hard to prove himself on the field.
Cisternino went on to play college football at Western Connecticut State University as a running back. In 2003, Cisternino was convinced to compete in his first bodybuilding event in West Virginia, where he won his division but, lost the overall to current IFBB pro Fred Smalls. Afterward he fell in love with the sport, the training, the commitment and dedication needed to succeed in a sport not many people could do.
His break out year was 2007 where he won his class at Metropolitans in New York and two weeks later at the Jr. Nationals. Then at the 2008 Nationals he won his pro card with a perfect score. In 2011, he won his first show, Europa Dallas.
About The Host
Ryan Bucki is the president of FitnessInformant.com. Ryan started Fitness Informant in 2016 as a platform to help educate others on all topics health, wellness, fitness and supplements. Ryan worked for an online supplement company to learn the inside aspect of the supplement industry. Ryan is also a certified fitness trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association.
He is also a former professional wrestler (WWE style). Ryan wrestled professionally for 10 years, cultivating with a WWE tryout in 2003. A combination of being overweight and involved in professional wrestling got Ryan into health, fitness and supplements.