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Interview With LEE PRIEST

WITHOUT QUESTION, WHEN THE WORD HARD-CORE IS MENTIONED LEE PRIEST’S NAME IS NOT TOO FAR BEHIND. AT 5’5’’ AND AN OFFSEASON WEIGHT BETWEEN 285-300LBS (STILL SHOWING ABS!!) ONE COULD EASILY ARGUE THAT POUND FOR POUND; LEE PRIEST IS THE BIGGEST MAN IN THE SPORT. I WAS FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SIT DOWN […]

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An Interview With 2006 Ms.Olimpia Figure Competitor ANDREA DUMON

Top ranked IFBB Pro figure competitor Andrea Dumon began her quest for physical greatness in 2001, placing third in a local event. Today she has a terrifically tight body with beautiful muscle perfectly placed, and is confident of presenting a “Balanced physique” at the 2006 Figure Ms Olympia. At 5′ 2″ and 110 lbs of […]

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An Interview With Figure Competitor JANE AWAD

Figure competitor, Jane Awad, says her second Olympia showing was a great experience, and she was happy with her presentation overall. She plans to be back in 2007 to improve on her 2006 result. At this years show, won by Jenny Lynn, Jane placed 16th. Her goal now is to re-evaluate her strategy with her […]

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An Interview With Figure Model KAT MEYERS

My Name is: Kat Meyers. Born/Grew up in: I was born in Inglewood, California, but my family moved up to Redmond, Washington, when I was only 5 years old. About 5 years ago, I moved back down to the San Francisco Bay Area. Measurements: My competition measurements are 38″, 26″, 36″. I usually compete at […]

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Body Trust

By: Dave Draper Muscles are first and foremost functional. They exist primarily to perform work. Looking good is secondary. To make a muscle look good, you need only train it in isolation, but to make it work efficiently in useful, everyday activities, it must work synergistically with other muscle groups. My Exercises That’s why my […]

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Arnold Schwarzenegger: A Tribute To A Great Champion

No other bodybuilder in the history of the sport has made the same impact. Indeed, Arnold Schwarzenegger remains the greatest, and most influential, bodybuilder of all time in the eyes of many. In many ways, Arnold helped to change public attitudes toward a sport regarded as deviant and on the margins of what was acceptable […]

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An Interview With Eddie Robinson

I first met Eddie Robinson at the first Mr. Olympia competition I attended in 1996, in Chicago. I was in the hotel lobby waiting for my friend, Samir Bannout, to come down for breakfast. Eddie was sitting nearby and I struck up a conversation with him. Having just been introduced to the world of bodybuilding, […]

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The History Lessons In Bodybuilding

The physical culture of muscle-building has attracted followers for many years; well before the advent of competitive bodybuilding as we know it today. Followers of the iron game will know that bodybuilding in its popular form began in earnest in the 1890s with the arrival of Mr Eugene Sandow, of whom the Mr. Olympia statuette […]

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