The Real Fight with Cynthia Conte fascinating new podcast audio series episode Victor Conte UNPLUGGED is must-listen and must-watch.
Victor Conte’s rise as a successful musician, king of PED’s that changed the sports world forever to becoming a successful entrepreneur creating an innovative nighttime recovery product called ZMA, a zinc-based dietary supplement that has sold multi-millions all over the world for nearly two decades.
Learning under the legendary jazz bassist Ray Brown, Conte began doing session work before he was recruited to be the bass player for the seminal funk band Tower of Power. Thereafter, he toured with the legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock. Nicknamed the “Walkin’ Fish” for his distinctive head-swaying, roving style of performing onstage, Conte went on to record 17 albums.
He was nutrition consultant to Barry Bonds, Marion Jones, and other world-class athletes before it all came crashing down in the infamous BALCO raid in 2003. After serving time in prison, Conte found redemption, as he resumed his work in nutrition science and became a highly respected advisor to some of boxing’s brightest young stars. He’s also become an outspoken critic of the culture of PEDs in combat sports, completing a 180-degree turn from his notorious BALCO years.
Victor gives sports fans special insight to the process of PEDs and nutrition in the world of sports.
Throughout the entire rise and fall of BALCO, Conte zealously guarded his athletes—not only their health but their reputation and legal exposure. He strongly believed his athletes deserved to be able to compete on a level playing field.
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