Calvillo: can #13 last til 44?

Posted By: Rick Moffat · 12/14/2012 9:11:00 AM

Mark November 2016 on your calendar for Anthony Calvillo's next major milestone surpassing Hall of Famer Damon Allen.  AC's fitness guru Scott Suter from the West Island clinich Catalyste Sante' believes the Als' quarterback star really will play beyond the age of 44.

"He surprised me yesterday when he says he's not thinking about the 'age-thing'," Suter told a CJAD exclusive for the Andrew Carter Morning Show.

"I'd like to see him break another one of Damon's records."

Allen retired after the 2007 season, having played beyond his 44th birthday in July.  He is the oldest quarterback ever to win the Grey Cup (that was in 2004).

Calvillo will be 44 on August 23, 2016.  

Suter reveals that he'll also be closely monitoring Calvillo's sugar intake during the offseason and in 2013, as well as his acidity-alkalinity body levels.

Calvillo, who never met a charity event he wasn't sweet enough to support, is apparently too sweet for his own good.

Listen to Scott Suter on CJAD 800 for fitness tips you can use as well.

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  1. John posted on 12/14/2012 10:55 AM
    It not only takes a personal trainer to win a grey cup. Unfortunately the focus is always on Calvillo and on him winning. What he does, to make a team win. What about your receivers, your running backs, your coaches and scouts? We never hear you ever credit them. There is no "I" in team. Unfortunately I think that always goes over looked with him. Everyone on that team deserves the respect and the praise to be successful and win.
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