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PerfNut Podcast: Dan Solomon Interview.

Listen in as Dr. Jose Antonio and IFBB competitor Carla Sanchez interview the hottest names in the fitness and sports industries! This week: Jose and Carla interview Dan Solomon, co-host of Pro Bodybuilding Weekly Radio!

Dan Solomon Interview

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Interview with Dan Solomon
Radio Host.

Topics: Dr. Kraemer's Research: burning calories; History & Business of bodybuilding; Mike Barnes' Tip: Box jumps for speed; Carla's Sex Tip: sex increases testosterone!

September 13, 2006; 57:33 minutes; 13.1 MB  audio

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About This Episode

Bodybuilding Expert & Radio Host, Dan Solomon.

    Dan Solomon has emerged as one of the most visible members of the bodybuilding media. As host of Pro Bodybuilding Weekly, the radio voice of professional bodybuilding, Dan has showcased the biggest names in the industry live for a worldwide broadcast audience.

    Dan's articles appear regularly in various media outlets, including Muscle & Fitness Magazine, the industry's most widely-circulated magazine.

Dan Solomon
Dan Solomon.

    Dan can also be seen on television providing commentary for major events, including the Mr. Olympia. In 2005, Dan was named "Most Creative of the Year" by Ironman Magazine.

    Formerly an NPC bodybuilder and a graduate of the University of Hartford School of Journalism, Dan founded the "Physique Management Group," which provides promotional and management support for many of the industry's top athletes and promoters.