Donnie Giafardino-How To Win an Adex Club-#413
Eric Fiorillo The Host of The Award Winning Motivation and Muscle Podcast Show Welcomes Strength Athlete, Indian Club Trainer and the Designer and Owner of Adex Adjustable Clubs Donnie Giafardino to the podcast.
Eric and Donnie go right into the details of how one lucky person is going to be picked to win the Adex Club.
Eric and Donnie talk about why he invented the Adex Club. After Donnie injured his shoulder from so much bench pressing he was at the point where he couldn’t muster one pushup.
He not only felt physically weak but this injury was taking a toll on him mentally. Donnie was a laborer who had to rely on his strength to earn a living. Because of the shoulder injury suddenly he was at half strength.
Eric and Donnie discuss all the research he did to try to find the perfect rehab tool. After further discussion and research he decided to use a homemade dumbbell for shoulder rehab. The problem with this method was he needed to increase the weights which became to cumbersome for his rehab. After some more research he discovered Indian Clubs which worked for his rehab but the cost to keep moving up with weight was not doable at the time.
So as Donnie tells Eric he was out of work and financially bottomed out when he came up with the idea of building a club where the weights could be added or subtracted depending on your strength level.
After much trial and error the Adex Club was born.
This is a very economic tool which gives back the health of your shoulders at a very low price. Donnie shows that sometimes when things look really bad your genius is born. He has surely done that with the Adex Club and his life!
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*Donnie wanted to thank Jessica Huttig who teaches at Oliver Wolcott Technical High School in Torrington Connecticut. Jessica who uses and owns the Adex Club along with her students built miniature Adex Clubs for Donnie which fit right in the palm of your hand.
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