John Hansen's Natural Bodybuilding Radio: Champion Of The Golden Era Bob Gallucci!

Learn all about lifetime drug-free bodybuilder Bob Gallucci from the Golden Era of Bodybuilding - back when natural bodybuilding didn't exist yet!

Podcast: Meet Bob Gallucci! Direct RSS Feed Link

Welcome to John Hansen's Natural Bodybuilding Radio podcast series. This week, your radio host John Hansen interviews Natural Bodybuilding Champion Bob Gallucci! Listen in to this great radio interview and learn about the "Golden Era"!

Bob Galluci Bob Galluci
Golden Era Bodybuilder Bob Gallucci!

Natural Bodybuilding Champion Bob Gallucci joins host John Hansen to discuss his long, successful career; beginning with "Mr. Teen America" competitions in the late 1960s to his Natural America titles in the early '80s.

Bob was 'natural' at a time when "natural wasn't cool"; and certainly before modern "nutrition and sports science" was born. What was his workout; what did he eat? It's a fascinating interview with one of our favorites!

Sponsored by Optimum Nutrition, listen to John Hansen's Natural Body Building Radio show, a partnership with Dave DePew, founder of The Dave DePew Network and host of Fitness and Nutrition Radio.

RELATED PRODUCT
Optimum GlycoMaize Optimum Presents: GlycoMaize
Carbohydrate Matrix!


Waxy Maize Blend For Immediate And Intermediate Energy!

[ Click here to learn more. ]

John's mission with this radio show is simple: to bring as many health experts, trainers and natural Body Building Champions for you, his audience, to learn from so that you will be the very best you can be, naturally!

arrow Listen To This Episode:

Natural Bodybuilding Radio!
Bodybuilding.com Audio Player
John Hansen:
Bob Gallucci Interview!

Golden Era Champion!

Click Play To Start The Show.

audio Download This Episode
(62:10; mp3 - 21.3 MB; December 8, 2008)

How Do I Listen?
In most browsers, you can just click on the play button above (in the Audio Player) and it will start playing.

If you wish to download the seminar to your computer for later usage (on your iPod, for example), just follow these 3 easy steps:

  1. Right-click on the "Download" link.
  2. Choose "Save Target As..."
  3. Choose the destination of your download.

Related Links: