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  1. Walter Milner was an up in coming Canadian Bodybuilder back in the 1970's / 80's. He was known for his incrediable shoulders, triceps and traps as well as his tremendous strength in the gym. He was a powerbuilder so to speak. In 1983, tragedy struck as Walter who worked as a High Rise Window Cleaner, fell 12 floors to his death. Please note: The High Rise Window Cleaner footage (below) is not Walter Milner. Actual Birth Date of Walter is unknown, but according to art b (ex training partner of Walter's) In 1975 Walter was around 27 years old. That would mean Walter di
  2. 1954 Interview with Strongman Doug Hepburn By Ray Beck On the 24th of April, 1954, I interviewed my friend Doug Hepburn and asked him some of the most frequently asked questions concerning himself and his training. Some of the opinions Doug voiced may surprise and even shock the gentle reader, so please bear in mind that these are the opinions of Doug Hepburn and not necessarily those of the writer or this magazine. I am using the Q & A format, quoting Doug directly. Q: How about a few vital statistics, Doug? A: I’m 27 years old, weigh 296 lbs., chest 57½ norm
  3. Doug pressing 370 lbs in the early 1950's, which was above the world record at this time. Photo by Ray Beck. Watch this great video on Hepburn....LEGEND!

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  4. Reg Park details his training and diet in an Interview with Iron Man writer Ray Beck, on April 29th, 1956. The Interview was originally Published in the 1957 Iron Man Magazine (March / Vol 16 / No.5). A little info about the author Ray Beck... Wrote for Iron Man in the fifties. Published "Muscle Canada" mag. Ran Western Gym. Started Canada's first chain of fitness stores. Won Canada / USA Masters BB championship at age 47. Likes the drug free Classic Physique of Reeves, C.Ross, Reg Park, etc Back in 2006, Ray Beck was 75 years old and st
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