Hosted by Mark Bell, inventor of the Sling Shot; American record holding professional powerlifter. Joined by Professional Bodybuilder & Grappler Nsima Inyang and producer Andrew Zaragoza, the crew covers topics ranging from Health and Fitness, Nutrition, Masculinity, Dating, Powerlifting, life coaching and motivation. Join Mark on his journey to "Make the World a Better Place to Lift".
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In episode 1018, Richard Aceves, Dr. Ed Caddye, Mark Bell, Nsima Inyang, and Andrew Zaragoza talk about the importance of breath during lifts, how to make gains without experiencing pain, and the various techniques Richard and Ed take clients thought... more
In episode 1017, Mark Bell, Nsima Inyang, and Andrew Zaragoza answer your questions live on air. Click the bell and join our discord to get notified the next time we go live. more
In episode 1016, Mark Bell, Nsima Inyang, and Andrew Zaragoza talk about talk about how to get BIG. We've been talking about ways to drop weight, this is for those who are training to gain some size and add a bunch of muscle! more
I enjoy the podcast. Especially when bjj gets brought up. Keep it up, guys.
Love this podcast, James and Maso are hilarious. However, there opinions on Doctor Who are atrocious. I am a life long Whovian and if they don’t start blindly praising my favorite show I will drive to Australia and destroy everything they love (in Minecraft). more
The amount of free knowledge that you get some this podcast can’t be understated. They take about things you never hear on other fitness podcasts , like making your feet stronger. Every week some times multiple times a week they have on great guests so you get to hear all different perspectives of nutrition and fitness because everything works it just depends on the person. I’ve learned a ton from listening to these three talk weekly and have changed a lot of my approach to nutrition and fitness... more
Five stars. I appreciate all the hookups this show gives back
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Mark Bell's Power Project launched 6 years ago and published 1172 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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