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  1. I believe this photo shows Victor Richards as a teenager! He was a genetic marvel, a freak of nature, similar to Sergio Oliva. Here's a good video on the man. Back in 1985, bodybuilder and writer, Jeff Everson wrote an article on how Sergio Oliva and Victor Richards Trained to Build their Physiques. To read that article click here.

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  2. Great photo of bodybuilding legend Freddy Ortiz. He probably developed one of the best arms ever regardless of height.

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  3. Any true bodybuilding fans in this world MUST appreciate just how AMAZING Arnold's arms really were. Genetically blessed and driven by a superior work ethic he built probably the greatest arms ever! For me it's a toss up between Arnold & Sergio Oliva as owners of the most incredible arm development. If anyone has opinions on any of the videos below or in general regarding Arnold's arms comment below. More footage of Arnold's arms... More... More....
  4. The Legendary Leroy Colbert Training Philosophy (1977) By Howard Alpert When the definitive history of bodybuilding is written, a significant section will be devoted to a man who 'rewrote' the rules of training and whose physical development still remains as a standard that other bodybuilders try to reach. In an era when a 16-inch arm was considered very good and an 18-inch one was something that trainees dreamed about, the fabulous Leroy Colbert smashed all barriers by developing a 21-inch muscular arm. Only a near-tragic accident (Motorcycle accident in 1955 ) prevented h
  5. Mind blowing V-Taper from "The Myth", Sergio Oliva possessing huge arms, massive shoulders and wide flaring lats. Back in 1985, bodybuilder and writer, Jeff Everson wrote an article on how Sergio Oliva and Victor Richards Trained to Build their Physiques. To read that article click here.

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  6. Lee Priest - Victory Pose One of the few bodybuilders throughout history who can pull off this pose. Not many can...You need massive "complete" arm development for example, not just biceps / triceps, you also need forearms. The best ever at pulling off the "Victory Pose" was Sergio Oliva.

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  7. 63 Year Old (born Oct. 5, 1956) Arm Wrestler Richard Lupkes Weighing 330 lbs back in 2015 At 6ft 2, he is massive, built like a bodybuilder and is still going strong today. If you're a fan of Arm Wrestling then check out these Arm Wrestling Tables.

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  8. World renowned Wrestler, "Superstar" Billy Graham, real name Wayne Coleman, can be seen curling two very heavy Dumbbells, showing off a FANTASTIC set of arms. Born on 7 June, 1943, in Phoenix, Arizona, he eventually grew to a height of 6ft 4, weighing around 275 lbs. Its well documented that back in 1968, he trained along side Dave Draper, Franco Columbu and Arnold Schwarzenegger at Gold's Gym, in Santa Monica. How Strong was Coleman? He was able to bench press 605 lbs, when the current world record was 616 lbs, held by Powerlifting Legend, Pat Casey. In 1980, Coleman bulke

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  9. Whether this was strict style or "cheating" (using momentum) was involved I do not know. Chuck Loesch possessed some thick, strong, muscular arms, even cheat curling over 300 lbs requires incredible strength. Want more photos of Chuck? Click here and do a search!

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  10. Scene from the movie "Commando" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arnold's movies always had great opening sequences.

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