Former pro bodybuilder and current coach, trainer, and bodybuilding pundit Dennis James interviews past and present stars from the IFBB Pro League.
Bryan Jones Competes in Classic Physique to Win
Every person that has been backstage or onstage at a bodybuilding show will tell that competitive spirits can get high. While many athletes consider making it to the posedown a win in itself, the greatest in the sport are there for one reason; to win.
One shining example of this is Bryan Jones in the Classic Physique division. As he told Dennis James on this week’s episode of “The Menace Podcast”, Jones isn’t only showing up to have a good time. That even applied at the 2020 Olympia, his first year on that stage.
Figure to Bodybuilding: The Evolution of Ms. Olympia Andrea Shaw
Andrea Shaw is best known in the sport of bodybuilding as the reigning Ms. Olympia. Shaw became the champion after the return of the legendary contest at the 2020 Olympia in Orlando, Florida. Her physique is considered the standard in the Women’s Bodybuilding division, and she has plans on retaining that position in the future as well.
Nick Walker Used Training to Overcome a Traumatic Childhood Experience
NY Pro winner Nick Walker sat down with Dennis James on this week’s episode of “The Menace Podcast” to discuss his background, thoughts on his victory, and more, including an experience in childhood that could’ve taken his life in a completely different direction.
Dennis James Interview with Dana Linn Bailey
Bodybuilding coach Dennis "The Menace" James interview with Dana Linn Bailey.
Iain Valliere Reveals His Bodybuilding Roots
This week’s episode of “The Menace Podcast” featured a guest that host Dennis James called “the breakthrough star of last year’s Olympia.” 2020 New York Pro champion Iain Valliere joined DJ, who placed 7th on the biggest stage of 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Their conversation shed a lot of light on the Canadian superstar, including a glimpse of his athletic background before he got into bodybuilding.
Dexter Jackson Almost Retired 10 Years Before His Actual Retirement
When Dexter Jackson accepted his ninth-place finish at the 2020 Olympia, it was the conclusion of a 22-year bodybuilding career that many consider one of the greatest ever. The 2008 Mr. Olympia, five-time Arnold Classic winner, and all-time record holder for pro wins (29), joined Dennis James for this week’s episode of “The Menace Podcast.”