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Date Of BirthDecember 9, 1994
BirthplaceSan Antonio, TX
SportCompetitive Powerlifting & Bodybuilding
also known as "Russwole",
is one guy who has definitely earned his nickname. Russ started his
athletic journey when he was a teen when he found himself wishing for
a physique like that of the anime characters he loves watching. From
then on he devoted his life to reaching his physical peak.
All his work paid off and Russ was invited to play football for Texas
Tech University, but it didn't take him long to realize his future
wasn't in football. It was in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Russ's
first appearance competitively was in 2015, and he has only excelled
from there. Currently, Russ holds the world record total for the 83kg
weight class of 833kg which he won at the 2019 IPF World Championships
in Sweden. He's also the first competitor to win the RAW Nationals
Powerlifting Championship 3 times in the 83kg weight class.
When Russ isn't competing he coaches others through his words and
actions in the gym and outside of it. Russ's motto is "Get Better
Today" - whether you're an athlete or not he strives to send out
positivity to create a sense of community and empowerment to all
There is no doubt that the Coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on almost
every person. Here at JUNK we jumped into action by producing masks for our
healthcare professionals and starting a fundraiser to benefit Feeding America.
We also implemented strong protocols to protect our staff, long before it was
required by authorities.
Due to these efforts and very high demand we are currently experiencing much
longer processing and shipping times than we are accustomed to. We are open,
working hard, and going to get every order out as fast as we can.
CURRENT PRODUCTION AND SHIPPING TIME ON NEW ORDERS IS 2-3 WEEKS.
We appreciate everyone, especially those on the front lines, fighting so we
can return to better days.