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March 13, 2014

“Kettlebells and Younger Brothers”

Former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman and now broadcaster Craig Wolfley podcasts on news from the Steelers, the NFL and the sports world at large, with the occasional odd story thrown in.  Craig and his co-host/producer Frank Murgia are often joined by current and former NFL players and [...]

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March 1, 2014

“Champion Weightlifter and 2016 Olympic Hopeful Kevin Cornell”

Former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman and now broadcaster Craig Wolfley podcasts on news from the Steelers, the NFL and the sports world at large, with the occasional odd story thrown in.  Craig and his co-host/producer Frank Murgia are often joined by current and [...]

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February 27, 2014

“Alan Faneca & The NFL Scouting Combine”

Former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman and now broadcaster Craig Wolfley podcasts on news from the Steelers, the NFL and the sports world at large, with the occasional odd story thrown in.  Craig and his co-host/producer Frank Murgia are often joined by current and former [...]

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    Hey everybody, our annual Tunch & Wolf’s Walk for the Homeless for the Light of Life Rescue Mission is Saturday, May 7th. It’s a great time of getting some cardio while consuming mucho food-o.

    Mass consumption of anything edible being one of my favorite subjects, come along and see if you can duplicate the time i [...]

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      With the NFL labor situation melting down into the hands of the lawyers, Baltimore Ravens Safety Tom Zbikowski decided to continue to pursue work in the ring of professional pugilism. Over the weekend Zbikowski stepped into the ring for the second time as a pro.

      Fighting on the undercard of the Miguel Cotto-Ricardo Mayorga headliner [...]

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        Ed Bouchette of the Post-Gazette is reporting that in the event of a lockout, some Steelers are considering alternative conditioning programs and discussing meeting at various locations to workout together. Keeping the “Sword sharp” so to speak.

        Not a bad idea. This was the way it was done 20-30 years ago before the OTA’s and [...]

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          Power Punch

          On June 24, 2010 By

          Power Punch is a term Tunch Ilkin and I adopted for the style of punching we used in pass protection. At my gym, the Martial Arts & Sports Complex, I have trained many a high school, college, and pro offensive linemen in the system. Dan Radakovich, “Bad Rad” to his former players he coached as [...]

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            The martial discipline of Jiu Jitsu is beautiful. And extremely potent. Never more was this demonstrated to me than one lesson with my instructor, Edward Lee Vincent.

            After executing a takedown on Ed during one of our many sparring sessions, I landed in his guard. Ed lay on his back, using his legs like hands [...]

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              Boxing is grueling. There’s no other way to put it. When you train for a boxing match, the regimen is primitive and rough. Desire is the greatest weapon of any boxer. You gott’a want to box. Otherwise it’s just too hard. Competitive boxing is not for everyone. But boxing as a conditioning tool and as [...]

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              Craig welcomes 2-time national schoolboy Olympic lifting champion Mike Nackoul into the Wolf Pack Studios at talent network, Inc.

              Mike, now 19 years old is going into his sophomore year at M.I.T. He is home for the summer and continues to train at Craig’s Martial Arts & Sports Complex in Bridgeville, PA.

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                One of the men that I developed huge respect for as a rookie and then as a teammate lining up next to him is an all-time super Steeler, offensive tackle Jon Kolb. Besides his tremendous play as a starter in all four 70′s Super Bowls over a 13-year career and maybe the best “unknown” left [...]

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