Official Website of David Gentle
David Gentle is an internationally acclaimed Author and Historian of Physical Culture. For several decades, he has been a regular contributor of over 25 of the world's top muscle magazines. David's prolific writings include over 2,000 articles published in the World Muscle Press on all subjects relating to physical culture or strength.
David received the John Grimek Life-Time Achievement Award in Italy in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to physical culture. David was also awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Physical Culture Award by the Oscar Heidenstam Foundation for services to bodybuilding.
Joe Weider A personal View
We hope you will enjoy David Gentle's fascinating narrative entitled, "Joe Weider, A Personal View".
The natural therapeutic benefits of massage for helping promote vigorous health, improving circulation and banishing tension, <more>
Feats of Strength
A brief look at some unusual and interesting feats of strength.... including John Massis who set the World Record Teeth Lift <more>
It was Wilfred Diamond, one of the greatest British strength historians and personal friend of many of the old strength stars, who first gave Bill Pullum <more>
Saxon was in his time a rightful claimant to the title of Strongest Man in the World - this is just a part of the incredible life story of Arthur Saxon. <more>
PC Historical Writings
We invite you to visit David's historical Writings section where you are sure to enjoy his collection of prolific work depicting the history of physical culture in all its glory!
Explore David's articles about bodybuilding systems and techniques used by legendary bodybuilders from the Golden Era. Their methods have stood the test of time and continue to be sought after by muscle-building enthusiasts from around the world.