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How to Train Like a Dragon

Rich Gaspari is a testament to the power of perseverance with the most ageless pipes you'll ever see.

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When you take a peek at Gaspari’s physique today—225 pounds with a body fat that hovers around 5–8% annually—it’s apparent that he hasn’t lost his love for the iron, even if his approach is now more cerebral than brutish. As with his business ventures, he exercises maximum focus on each rep, connecting intimately with both the pain and potential of each small victory over gravity.

But when he’s not chasing profits or sick pumps, he’s spending time on the things in this life that truly matter most.

“I have a 9-year-old daughter named Sofia and a 16-year-old son named Matthew,” he says. “I love spending time with them and having fun like a kid. Sofia has a ton of energy, loves to sing, keeps me really active, and we play games. Matthew plays football and is a running back. He loves to train with me and to gain muscle but he doesn’t want to be a bodybuilder.”

The author of his own odds-conquering success story, Rich Gaspari is now content to simply help others do the same.

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