Sam Iannetta of Functional Fitness on Walk the Talk Show w Waylon Lewis.

Via on Feb 10, 2010

Sam Iannetta of Functional Fitness: True Health.

sam iannetta "functional fitness"

Sam Iannetta, a champion powerlifter, tells—and shows—how alignment is the key to both preventing and healing injuries, whatever your fitness practice: yoga, cycling, running, pilates, swimming…

Waylon Lewis
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Sam Iannetta of Functional Fitness
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4 Responses to “Sam Iannetta of Functional Fitness on Walk the Talk Show w Waylon Lewis.”

  1. Sundog says:

    I enjoyed this interview. Sam comes across as very credible and competent of his subject matter.

  2. Amazing article! I was looking for something entirely different when I came across your blog. I thoroughly enjoyed the thought you put into this writting. i will bookmark to return later.

  3. […] Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: Functional Fitness’ Sam Iannetta: Alignment is Key. […]

  4. Having all the correct workout gear also helps a lot. At the very least, it makes the whole workout process more efficient.

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