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  1. In light of the recent news of the passing of George Butler (1944 - 2021) I thought it would be nice to post an article from Muscle & Fitness dated back in March, 2017, written by the late Shawn Perine (1966 - 2017). ~ Strength Oldschool An Interview with director George Butler (pictured below back in 2004), the man responsible for making bodybuilding a cultural mainstay that has inspired a younger generation of lifters. It's hard to overstate the impact of director George Butler's 1977 documentary "Pumping Iron", not just on bodybuilding, but on society. For one thin
  2. 1991 Interview with Bodybuilding Legend Danny Padilla By Greg Zulak Ask your typical seven-year-old boy what he wants to be when he grows up and he'll probably say a fireman, a policeman or a professional wrestler like Hulk Hogan. When Danny Padilla (it is Pa-dill-a, not Pa-dee-a) was seven years old, he told his father, "I'm going to be Mr. America one day." He told his father that because his father wanted to know why Danny was always down in the basement lifting his older brother's weights. Yep! Danny Padilla started his bodybuilding career at age seven, doing basic
  3. The Gigantic Arms of Bill Pettis By Joe Weider The greatest bodybuilders in the world pass through the portals of Weider’s Woodland Hills establishment. The lavish appointment of this modern installation is reflected in the great human products that complement it. Massive muscle in repose lends a scenic treat matched only by the magnificent Santa Susana Mountains facing the broad, glass front. Attempts at conservative tailoring fail as muscle spills over. Shirt sleeves are carefully split to accommodate burgeoning biceps. You gape in awe at the likes of Arnold, Waller, Gable
  4. 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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  5. Lou Ferrigno; better known as The Incredible Hulk; goes through light workout with Olympic silver medalist Angela Bailey yesterday. The 6-foot-4; 255 pound Ferrigno was on hand for the official opening of Gold's Gym in Mississauga. Year: 1984

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