Mike Armstrong: Shaping Young Minds & Bodies Through Bodybuilding

MIKE ARMSTRONG Shaping Young Minds & Bodies Through Bodybuilding by Jeffrey Louis [pseudonym for Irene L. Hause] Photo by Michael Neveux Muscle Up Volume 2, Number 6 August 1980 This Los Angeles schoolteacher uses weightlifting as an inspiration for inner city school kids to become dedicated to a goal. Mike Armstrong gets up at 4:30 a.m. to …

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Gold’s Classic 1976

Authors’ Note: Bob Kennedy, the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Muscle Mag Annual 77, wanted to include a very short article about the First Annual Gold’s Classic held on November 13, 1976. Believe me, writing so few words about such an exhilarating event was a huge challenge. Several of the competitors went on to become very well …

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Andreas Cahling – Success is the Journey

1980 – the Golden era of bodybuilding was a special time. Golden Viking on the beach. #andreascahling #goldenviking #thor #kungfury #posingsuits #posingtrunks #posingbriefswww.andreascahling.com Gepostet von Andreas Cahling am Donnerstag, 27. August 2020 AUTHOR’S NOTE:  When the editor of Muscle Training Illustrated asked Andreas Cahling for an article summarizing the progression of his career as a foreign-born bodybuilder, Andreas asked …

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A STEP AHEAD OF STRESS

Note by neckberg: The following excerption is from Mike Mentzer’s bodybuilding magazine ‘Workout’. Yes, Mr. Mentzer used to run a mag but with a short run (1 Year). Thanks to Irene L. Hause for sending this piece of bodybuilding history.!    Author’s Note: This 1985 article appeared in WorkOut magazine as a companion piece to “Urban Stress Survival” …

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Roger Callard

An Exclusive Interview with Roger Callard

By Irene L. Hause , Muscle & Bodybuilder, May 1983 (w. permission) Roger Callard began bodybuilding at the tender age of five. His father, who was interested in weightlifting, encouraged him to train his chest as a possible means of overcoming childhood asthma (obstructed breathing). It worked, and Roger has been into weight training ever since. He began …

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REVIEW OF PUMPING IRON (The Film)

Irene L. Hause Muscle Digest Volume 1, Number 7 May 1977 Pumping Iron is a beautifully photographed motion picture about bodybuilders for bodybuilders and anyone else interested in good movies. Based on the book of the same name by Charles Gaines and George Butler, the movie was 18 months in the making. An estimated 88 hours …

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