Tony Bonvechio

Website: http://Bonvecstrength.com

Tony Bonvechio, is a strength coach, powerlifter and co-founder of The Strength House (Worcester, Massachusetts). He was previously a strength coach at Cressey Sports Performance. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, and his Master's degree in Exercise Science from Adelphi University. Read more from Bonvechio at Bonvecstrength.com.

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