About Dr. Judd
Dr. Judd Biasiotto is the Vice President of Solaris Corporation, a sports fitness corporation. He has worked as a sports psychologist with numerous amateur and professional athletes and sports teams including the Kansas City Royals, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the Cincinnati Reds. He is the author of 46 books and more than 650 articles and is considered one of the top sports writers in America. His book, Reflections received a sports Emmy from the American Sports and Science Academy. He was a feature writer for 6 national magazines including Muscle and Fitness, Shape, and Natural Physique. He was also the editor-in-chief for Exercise for Men Only and Natural Physique.
Dr. Biasiotto was recently selected to the International Platform Association, a nonprofit organization that honors the best speakers and orators in world. Over the last two decades, he has presented well over 1,000 talks and seminars.
In addition to his professional achievements, Dr. Biasiotto also has the rare distinction of being a world-class powerlifter and bodybuilder. He has set 101 state records, 47 region records, 32 American records, 16 national records, and 14 world records. In 1987, Powerlifting USA ranked Dr. Biasiotto as the fourth best powerlifter of all time. In the year 2000, he was named as one of the top fifty lifters of the millennium by Powerlifting USA. That same year Dr. Biasiotto became the oldest man to win the national and world open bodybuilding championships. His best lifts at a body weight of 132 pounds was a bench press of 331 pounds and deadlift of 551 pounds. In 1987 he shocked the sports world by squatting a mindboggling 603 pounds. That lift which exceeded the previous world record by over 80 pounds is considered one of the greatest feats of strength in the history of powerlifting.