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“The West Coast DOES NOT have a monopoly on famous arms. Here’s a list of Eastern bodybuilders whose arms have shape, size and POWER equal to the best in the world.” Over 20 bodybuilders referenced in this article.
Enjoy this fascinating article by Historian David Gentle. The author addresses the topic of longevity with a touch of humour while citing over 35 famous bodybuilders who lived and trained well into their 80’s and 90’s. An inspiration to us all.
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Historian David Gentle examines the evolution of women weight trainers throughout history including Kate Sadwina (World’s Strongest Woman of her era), Aussi Bev Francis World’s Strongest Woman 1980, Jan Todd one of the strongest females of all time in powerlifting, America’s ‘Pudgy’ Stockton plus many more!
“A very high percentage of bodybuilders commence training in their early ‘teens’. Youth is a time of high motivation for self-improvement and the obtaining of a satisfactory self image. It is also a time of much doubt, despair, and even agony.”
Includes two workout programs for beginners.
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Here is a sample of the latest articles for the month of November. Featuring American Champion Bodybuilder Marvin Eder, Dr. Ken Leo Rosa (Music, Muscles & Martial Arts, Thomas Inch, Britain’s Strongest Man, Great Muscle Matches of 1907 and John Lees, The Man Who Never Gave Up!
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PC Historian DAVID GENTLE takes us on a guided tour through history and examines the physical prowess of famous strongmen who dared to succeed by performing extraordinary feats of strength that are sure to amaze.
Subscribe to the HOPC and enjoy IRON WORKS BY PETER YATES. It features a variety of miscellany relating to the history of physical culture such as vintage photos, adverts, training apparatus and iron men stories, to name only a few.
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The author introduces the “Pre-Exhaust Principle” which claimed maximum gains in the shortest possible time. The chest schedule was designed to work the entire chest area, i.e. the top, middle and bottom. The Pre-Exhaust idea was invented by the late Bob Kennedy who was the Editor of Muscle World magazine and the publisher of Muscle Mag International and Muscle Mag’s Annual.