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Tony Pandolfo: Mr. New York City

Oldschool bodybuilder Tony Pandolfa won the title Mr. Apollo and Mr. New York City. Here’s his training routine written by Howard Alpert (1977) – Mr. Berg “In the field of endeavor, there are individuals whose skills and abilities place them far above the average members of that group. From that select few are chosen a …

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Ken Hall: Mr. New York City

“For the past seven years I have been doing various exercises for the development of my chest but I wasn’t satisfied with the development I had attained and did not feel that my chest quite matched the rest of my development. I well recall when my friends urged me to enter the Mr. New York …

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5 Oldschool Neck Exercises by Tom Sansone

When a young fellow comes to Mr America Tom Sansone and asks him to set up some kind of a routine for him, he always try to impress the importance of proportionate development. There is nothing more disheartening in bodybuilding than to see a rank novice wasting his time building a bulging biceps or pectorals that make him …

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Chris Dickerson Mr. Universe Training

Chris Dickerson (b. 1939) became the first African American Mr. America Winner in 1970 and the won the most prestigious title “IFBB Mr. Olympia” in 1982 at the age of 43. Chris was an average bodybuilder with exceptional calves and was able to turn into one of the top physique men in the country. His tremendous progress is …

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