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  1. Chuck Sipes Bench Press Power Training Program - 5 Days a Week By Dennis B. Weis We shall now look into the training wisdom that Chuck Sipes has shared with me by letter and long distance phone conversation. One of the things that really impresses me about Sipes is this: he has never neglected to write a reply to my letters. He always answered immediately and his solutions were very well thought. The point that makes this a great effort on Chuck’s part is the fact that at the time I was in heavy correspondence with him (the late 1960’s) he was a youth counselor at a Californ
  2. 2009 Interview with Pat Neve Bench Press Legend and Champion Bodybuilder By Noelia Sanchez, Jeff Cabacungan and Chad Freeman Edited by: Strength Oldschool If you haven't read the 1980 Interview with Pat Neve, you may wish to read that first. Click here. Pat Neve can be reached online at his personal Facebook page. (Photo above): Pat Neve at 61 Years Old Name: Pat Neve Age: 60 Location: Arizona Occupation: Former Nissan Dealership Owner and Former Mr. America Source: Lowrider.com Many will build fortunes but very few will build
  3. Interview with Bodybuilding Legend Pat Neve By MTI (1980) Edited by: Strength Oldschool Patrick Neve can be reached online on Facebook. Pat Neve, as most followers of the sport know, is a former Mr. USA. He was twice 1975 and 1976 AAU Mr. America class winner - the first bodybuilder to achieve this two years in a row. He’s also been first runner-up in Mr. Universe and Mr. World. Neve was the first man in history weighing 181 pounds to bench press over 450 – his record was 468 1/2 pounds. He gave up powerlifting for bodybuilding and to let old injuries heal. His
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