Call them the three amigos, this trio crowded around our table for episode #18 in July of 2019. They're back and for this episode, we're in each of their homes as everyone is following Trump's mandates, practicing social distancing to flatten the COVID-19 curve.

If you need a laugh, relax and listen, this episode is for you.

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Jim Wendler is currently the strength and conditioning for the London Red Raiders high school football team. He played football and graduated from the University of Arizona, where he earned three letters. Jim’s best lifts include a 1,000-pound squat, a 675-pound bench press, a 700-pound deadlift, and a 2,375-pound total in the 275-pound class. He is the author of several books, including 5/3/1: The Simplest and Most Effective Training for Raw Strength.

As a self-coached athlete, Vincent Dizenzo held an all-time world record in the bench press and was a top-10 ranked lifter for over a decade. He has benched more than 600 pounds raw in three different weight classes and has a 900 equipped bench to his credit. Now, Vincent is focused on becoming a more fit version of himself. With his undertaking of Operation Be Less Fat, Vincent has lost over 100 pounds. Through this journey, he continues to provide invaluable advice on training, nutrition, and conditioning.

Matt Rhodes started his collegiate career as a lacrosse player at the University of Massachusetts Amherst from 1994 to 1996 and transferred to the University of Arizona, where he played football from 1996 to 1998. After college, he played arena football for the Richmond Speed before suffering a career-ending neck injury. Matt went on to coach football at the University of Richmond and later interned for Buddy Morris at the University of Pittsburgh. After eight years as a personal trainer, he returned to the collegiate ranks as a strength and conditioning coach with stops at Yale, the University at Albany, and the University of Rhode Island. Currently, Matt oversees the strength and conditioning program at Morehead State University.