July 16, 2016
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Meet Jon Call, who calls himself “Jujimufu”, and is also known as The Anabolic Acrobat. The 29-year-old, 5-foot-11 beast weighs in at 230 pounds. He frequently posts videos like the one below to his Instagram and YouTube channels, videos showing him accomplishing unthinkable, insane and entertaining feats that combine extreme strength with extreme flexibility…
One caption on his Instagram page reads that his weekly meal prep includes…”10 lbs chicken. 8 lbs beef liver. 2 lbs cod fish. 20 hardboiled egg whites. 48 oz pasteurized egg whites. 9 whole eggs. 2 bags spinach. 5 lb broccoli. 2 bellpepper. 3 large onions. 1 bulb garlic. 2 avocado. 3 jalapenos. 10 lbs potatoes. 12 cup rice (before cooking)…”
He's been featured on America's Got Talent hoisting supermodels overhead.
He takes hot baths in giant vats of smart-drug infused coffee.
He does weighted barbell splits with hundred of pounds overhead.
And today, we're going to find out what makes this guy tick. During our discussion, you'll discover…
-The surprising story of why Jon Call calls himself Jujimufu…
-How Jujimufu transitioned from a super skinny kid who could barely do a backflip to being a ripped bodybuilder…
-How Jujimufu maintains as much muscle mass as possible while still training for acrobatic performance…
-The nitty-gritty details of Jujimufu's diet…
-Which exercise Jujimufu does to keep his arms from shrinking…
-Jujimufu's top 3 supplements, and which specific supplement he “mega-doses” on…
-Jon's top tricks for gaining flexibility as fast as possible…
-And much more!
Resources from this episode:
–JujiMufu on America's Got Talent
–Kimera Koffee (use 10% discount code BEN)
-How To Spot A Backflip video
–Rhinomed turbine nasal dilator
Do you have questions, comments or feedback for Jujimufu or me? Leave your thoughts below and one of us will reply!
10 thoughts on “The Extreme Strength And Extreme Flexibility Secrets Of Anabolic Acrobat Jujimufu.”
Although I have no interest in training like Jon Call, the podcast was interesting. I’m definitely going to ‘jump every day.’ Who knows, I might look into learning a backflip.
I can’t imagine the bamboo filters have a significantly different porosity (I think that’s the correct measure) than a paper filter.
I agree with Sandy. I have been listening to Ben for years, and I think he is witty, charming, and entertaining, but he did seem jealous, and not so nice to this guest. Jujimufu rocks!
Wow, it seems the only take away people are getting is that he’s on steroids?? If you really think you can just take drugs, and you’re going to look like that or perform like he can, you’re crazy!
One take away, that could be applied to MMA or Kickboxing as easily as the tricking, was focusing on the goal at hand and that was cycling mass building with the skill work. So if a guy that is using steroids can’t recover from trying to pursue both at the same time, it makes sense that a natural wouldn’t either.
Also the fact that he’s injury free after all these years, something to think about.
In the defense of Ben, only been listening for a few months now, he always sounds rather condescending…with every guest I heard him talk to. Doesn’t really bother me, because the content of the shows are usually interesting and goes way into the “woo woo”
Jujimufu is a freak-beast! haha
I’m sorry, you lost me at Jujimufu.
did he take diuretics before shooting or is he really so lean?
That height/weight “naturally”?
Alan – A combination of being 5’10 and 230lbs, and, being extremely lean is a little (lot) more than diuretics IMHO.
:30…appears to be gyno? http://vloggest.com/watch/jujimufu-240lb-bodybuil…
condescending tone from Ben here embarrassing and sounded jealous