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Episode 9

Richard ‘Pops’ Sorin

Jan 27, 2021 | 0 comments

From a young age, Richard “Pops” Sorin approached the world thinking “what exists could be better.” Thus began his foray into designing weight training equipment as a hobby, bringing him closer to the strength icons he idolized. Now, 40 years later as he looks back on the history, it was all worth it and Pops couldn’t be more proud of the people who are picking up the torch. As an icon in the industry, Pops takes us from history to the future of strength in this Research to Reps Roundtable episode.

Thanks to our episode sponsors Sorinex and EliteForm who make this podcast possible!

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