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February 2, 2016

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Chris Duffin is an Ex Corporate Executive turned Inventor and Movement professional.

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He has positioned himself uniquely in the fitness world bridging the gap between (and working with both) the top clinical rehab and sports professionals in the world and the in the trenches athletes and S&C coaches.

He promotes and uses evidence-based approaches in developing his coaching and cueing methodologies and strength training equipment.

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In this episode of the Super Strength Show, Chris Duffin takes us on his journey to becoming a Strength & Conditioning Coach, Powerlifter, Movement Specialist, and Founder of Kabuki Warrior. During this interview, Chris dives deep into his training principles for better movement patterns and performance.

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World record-setting powerlifter Chris Duffin embodies what Teddy Roosevelt called “the strenuous life.” Not only has he trained hard to lift superhuman amounts of weight, but he’s strived to be the best man he can be in his family and professional life. Chris came from a life of poverty, but through grit and drive he’s been able to create a great life for himself and his family. You’ve got to read his backstory; if there’s such a thing as a self-made man, Duffin is it. Chris and I talk about strength training and why men should be physically strong, but we also discuss how he has managed to balance family, work, and competitive powerlifting. Lots of great takeaways from this show.

Show Highlights

How Chris went from living in a condemned trailer as a child to becoming a corporate executive, owning his own gym, and setting powerlifting world records
A crash-course on the world of powerlifting
Why a man should strive to become a “Kabuki Warrior”
How physical strength helps a man become a pillar of strength in his family and community