Andy "Backzilla" Perez Visits Our Home Base

Surround yourself with people who push you to be better. That is what this team and this community is all about.

Andy Perez aka @Backzilla drove up from San Antonio, Texas with his wife and daughter to visit the GASP and Better Bodies headquarters and to see what we are all about.

Andy has a powerlifting background, is an IFBB physique pro and is the head instructor at Orange Theory. He linked up both days with Jon Irizarry for chest and back training and to experience Destination and the huge team environment and atmosphere.

"I love this vibe here. Y'all are going to make me move here."

Andy gets his nickname from his incredible back development that was built from deadlifts and chins and of course grit and lots of love for physical culture. Andy is also known for his extremely positive energy which makes him a valuable addition to the team and the mission.

"This is what I am all about. Doing collaborations like this as much as I can along with networking and building each other up."

Jon Irizarry and Andy share stories of how they got started in the gym and where it has taken them thus far.

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