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About This Episode
Joe “Hypertrophy Coach” Bennett is one of the most recognized, well-known and respected trainers in the fitness industry. He’s the head trainer for RedCon1, trained alongside Ben Pakulski (he also explains their separation in this episode), trained Guardian of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista and so many more. Years of experience and education makes Joe a highly sought after trainer by bodybuilders, celebrities and everyday folk like you and me. Not only does Joe train, he competes at a high level in bodybuilding. Learn from the Hypertrophy Coach on how to better your training and become a better version of yourself. Subscribe now!
Topics Covered on this Show
- Joe Bennett
- His approach to training
- His success in the fitness industry
- His biggest influences
- Separation from Ben Pakulski
- Training Dave Bautista
- Working with RedCon1
- His future in bodybuilding competitions
- His beard
- His family
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About The Guest
Joe Bennett is one of the most sought after coaches in the fitness industry. More than a trainer, he labels himself first and foremost, with his coined term “Hypertrophy Coach”. Much as the first “Strength Coaches” bucked the label of “personal trainer”, as it did not accurately depict their profession, Joe is the first to do the same within his specialized field. Clarifying, he specializes in growing lagging body parts, improving symmetry, and creating proportionate, balanced physiques by adding pounds of muscle.
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.