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The Turning Point Podcast

Luke Zocchi: From Sparky to Celebrity Trainer

Season 2, Ep. 2

On today's episode, we’re joined by the man behind some of Australia’s best bodies - Luke Zocchi. Luke, or Zoc as his mates call him, is the co-founder of Sipp coffee and the sculptor of Chris Hemsworth’s body in Thor. He’s released a cookbook, been a Men’s Health cover-star, and joins us now to talk about all things strength….


Your hosts are Lincoln Lewis & Scott Henderson


The Executive Producer is Elissa Ratliff


Audio Producer Jake Taylor


With thanks to Luke Zocchi. Follow him on Instagram here and find out more about Sipp Instant here.

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