Check out Top Fitness Expert Obi Obadike’s Examiner.com interview where he talks about obesity in this country and he talks about his association with OWNZONES. To read the full entire interview please copy and paste this link into your web-browser.
Check out Obi Obadike in this national syndicated radio interview with the Tom Joyner Morning show a couple of weeks ago where he talks about the top ten fat burning foods. The Tom Joyner morning radio show has over 8 million listeners. To hear the national syndicated radio interview segment please go to
I just found this cover story that I wrote on Greg Plitt for Inside Fitness magazine for the March issue of 2009 and it was my first cover story I ever wrote. You can read part 1 cover story at Gregplitt1 and you can read part 2 at GregplittPart2 and you can read part 3 at GregPlittPart3
Obi Obadike Is The First American Fitness Model To Be Featured In Australian Natural Bodz
Obi Obadike is the first American male fitness model to be featured in Australia’s only natural bodybuilding and fitness magazine in the magazine called Australian Natural Bodz. Read my Q and A no-holds barred 7 page feature/ interview in the May/June of 2009 issue of Australian Natural Bodz. The feature is called “Redefining The Human Form”. You can read the interview here. Click here 7 Page Redefining The Human Form Feature
Posted by webmaster on Wednesday Jan 14, 2009 Under Interviews
On January 13, 2009 Criticalbench.com selects Obi Obadike as the most ripped fitness model in the world. The interview starts off with quotes from the top 22 fitness professionals/experts in the industry of their opinion of Obi Obadike as a fitness model.
These professionals are top editors, publishers, photographers, cover models, legends and icons. The topics that are discussed in this interview are family tragedies, my training methods of staying at 4 percent bodyfat all year round some of the greatest notable pro athletes in the world I competed against in my career as a fomer top collegiate athlete education athletic accolades my altruistic approach in wanting to use my success to help people lastly breaking color barriers in the fitness industry and giving back to society. It is a long interview but it is an interview that is different from any fitness model interview you’ve ever read. I promise you that.You can read the interview at: