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  1. Great photo of Lee Priest displaying a massive Horse-shoe tricep muscle with Tom Platz screaming encouragement in the background.

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  2. I love this photo of Freddy. Taken in 1978...Check out those arms!!!

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  3. * Strength Oldschool was given permission to publish this article on the Author's behalf. * An Eyewitness Account of Mike Mentzer's Training Seminar by Magnus. Edited by: Strength Oldschool * If you haven’t read Part 1 yet click here. Hello everyone, and welcome to my account (finally!) of the day I attended Mike Mentzer’s seminar. This event took place the day after my unexpected chat with him that you read about in my first Mentzer topic. The seminar consisted of an explanation of Mike’s Heavy Duty training system, a workout that was intense (no demonstrating
  4. * Strength Oldschool was given permission to publish this article by Magnus. Much has been written about Mike Mentzer (1951 - 2001) over the years. Even now, ten years after he and his brother Ray (1953 - 2001) died, he still gets quoted, misquoted and has many fans and foes debating the efficacy of his “Heavy Duty” training system. Added to all the above is a hefty archive of Mike’s own books, videos and magazine articles – he loved to write and unlike most bodybuilders articles these were all his own works, no ghost writers involved!
  5. The legend Freddy Ortiz training in his 60s. Impressive. The man built one of the best physiques and most incredible arms of all time. A living legend of the sport. Now in his 70's and still training.

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  6. Mr Pennsylvania Mike Mentzer at 19 years young weighing 195 lbs at 5ft 8 tall. His arms were HUGE! I doubt at this age, he built his body using HIT, I'm sure it would have been through good old fashioned 20 sets per bodypart...Arnold style. 30 years later he would pass away along with his brother. Sad.

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  7. Brilliant rare photo of bodybuilding legend Mike Mentzer. Not sure of the year.

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  8. Photo from around '71 I believe but not quite sure. He looks to have a mustache so likely late 70's. Check that arm...Thick and powerful. If you're a fan of Casey Viator read about his 1971 Training Routine - 3 Days a Week!

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  9. Little has been written on the amazing Sergio Oliva in recent years. So when the opportunity presented itself to have a seminar at the Iron Man's Gym conducted by the former Mr. Olympia and Mr. Olympus [that'd be Dan Lurie's contest before the ambitions of the Weider Empire overflowed and drowned pretty near everything else], the only man to hold both titles, I jumped at the chance. Let it be known at this point, I am a Sergio fan and have known Sergio for 16 years and have yet to see anyone - in my opinion - equal him in his prime. I first saw Sergio as a fellow competitor in the Mr. Mid
  10. Great photo of Lee Haney in the gym training his biceps using Barbell Preacher Curls. The above quote from Sergio Oliva was taken from a 2001 Interview with Sergio Oliva by Brian D. Johnston.

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  11. Before there was Mr T. in "The A-Team", there was Sergio Oliva. The Myth was known to be flamboyant and was probably the best dressed bodybuilder of all time.

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  12. Arnold Schwarzenegger posing the day after the 1975 Mr Olympia contest, looking incredible. If you have never seen "Pumping Iron", watch it, its fantastic. If you have and wish to discuss "Pumping Iron" the best bodybuilding documentary to date, click here.

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  13. This is one of my favourite photos of all time seeing Arnold training with his mentor Reg Park. Classic photo. There surely must be training footage of this?

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  14. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno face off in a no-holds-barred competition for the title of Mr. Olympia in this critically-acclaimed film that made Schwarzenegger a house-hold name. If you have watched "Pumping Iron" and wish to share your thoughts for discussion please add your comments below.
  15. Casey Viator - 1971 Training Routine - 3 Days a Week By Achilles Kallos Nineteen year old Casey Viator from New Iberia, La. is the youngest bodybuilder to have won the Mr. America title. He started training when he was fifteen, which, in my opinion, is the right time to start bodybuilding. Casey has been fortunate in many ways, having a good physical background, sound training advice and a superb genetic potential. At the same time, however, he is an exceptionally hard trainer, in spite of the fact that he works long hours at his job as a welder. T
  16. 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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  17. Rare photo of Sergio "The Myth" Oliva from 1969 at Home Gym, Chicago. He looks utterly MASSIVE! Sergio won the Mr Olympia contest that year and we can see why. Sergio's physique from 1969 beats the hell out of today's Mr Olympia competitors by a mile!! Truly outstanding. Photo was clearly taken before Sergio's tricep incident which I believe happened after 1972, possibly '73 onwards. Anyway, soak this image up because its one of the best I've seen of Sergio. From head to toe, he was simply MASSIVE!!

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