Bruce White, The Man with The Iron Grip By David Gentle

An Early Australian Strongman
“Whilst today power lifters mainly concern themselves with regular conventional lifts e.g. bench press, squat, etc., the legendary strong men of yesterday recognized and appreciated the laymanโ€™s awe when shown feats of great grip strength. This too was Bruceโ€™s opinion of TRUE strength”-David Gentle

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Don’t miss this outstanding article containing a fully illustrated workout routine! Muscle Builder magazine June 1956.

A Few Words about the Author by Peter Yates

“There is no doubt that in the early days Joe Weider’s magazines contained articles by some of the top authorities of the day. Certainly one of the best was

Charles[Chas]Smith 1912-1991, who worked for Joe from 1950-1958. His understanding of both weightlifting and bodybuilding was highly developed from his association with many of the famous old timers. His articles were always amusing, informative and useful, and often accompanied by wonderful illustrations. This article on Chest Development is a gem.

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Chief Moquin – Strongest Man in The World? By Al Crossland

“Chief of Police JOSEPH MOQUIN of Drummondville, Quebec. One of the strongest men in the world today. He has succeeded with five repetition deep knee bends with 550 lbs. Note the 19-inch biceps.” -Al Crossland

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