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My Tribute To Bobby Pandour

Old article by muscle control artist ‘Otto Arco’ published 1942! – Mr. Berg “Comparative little has been written about the great athlete, Bobby Pandour, although he was one of the outstanding figures in the Physical Culture world, and one of the first pioneers in the “art of muscle control” and posing. There is still some …

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Tom Magee – The Strong Hellboy!

Tom Magee was a wrestler, strongman and powerlifter. He used to bleed through his nose, that was Tom’s trademark. Here’s his back ground story. The following article was published by strongman historian ‘FitGeral’ in 1988 – Mr. Berg “It was on July the 1st, 1958, that Canada Day celebrations reached a feverish pitch in the …

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How to Build a Powerful Neck? Explained by Mr. America Don Ross!

America’s Most Muscular Man 1975-1976 will explain how to build a powerful and thick neck! Have fun! Mr. Berg “What is the most neglected area of the body? Without a doubt, it has to be the neck. Football players, wrestlers, boxers and other athletes know the importance of a powerful neck. This acts as a …

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Joe Bednarski: The Polish Hammer

Józef Bednarski (born January 21, 1941) is a Polish-American former professional wrestler and bodybuilder, best known by the ring name Ivan Putski. He was given the nicknames “The Polish Hammer” and “Polish Power”. In this article you will learn how Mr. Bednarski trained before he was bitten by the wrestling bug. As a youngster he …

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Super Star Billy Graham Workout Routine

Eldridge Wayne Coleman (born June 7, 1943) is an American retired professional wrestler currently signed to WWE under a Legends Contract. An iconic figure in professional strongman and wrestling, he worked under the ring name “Superstar” Billy Graham. The following article is based on Bruce Wilhelm‘s (weightlifter and writer) article written in the 70s. He visited Mr. …

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How to Develop Neck Muscles? The Oldschool Way!

The following article was written by David Willoughby. He was one of a greatest writers and a serious historians. He was born Mar 17, 1900 and 1983 he died at the age of 83. Hats off to Mr. Willoughby effort and work! You don’t need weights, equipment or a gym. You can perform the following neck workout at home, have …

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Arm Wrestling Training by Champion Jim Pollock

WWC Hall of Famer Jim Pollock, of Palo Alto, California, was the first person to win five World’s Wristwrestling Championship titles. His dominance of the middleweight class was unprecedented. His reign went from 1967 to 1972. In this article you will read about Jim Pollock’s training methods!! – Mr. Berg Jim Pollock’s arm wrestling workout …

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Mark Henry Weightlifting Career, Workout and Records

Mark Jerrold Henry (born June 12, 1971) is an American powerlifter, Olympic weightlifter, strongman, and retired professional wrestler, who is currently signed to WWE under a Legends contract. Here’s Mark Henry background story about weightlifting, powerlifting and some interesting thoughts about steroids and powerlifting equipment, have fun – Mr. Berg! Before wrestling Mark Henry was 3-times Texas State …

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Great Gama Workout Secret Exposed!

The immortal Gama of India, the legendary wrestler from the land of the maharajas, who was never defeated in a career which spanned a quarter of a century and covered most of the world! In this article I will present Gama’s training secret and the indian wrestling philosophy – Have fun! – Mr. Berg Great Gama …

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Bruno Sammartino – The Amicable Pittsburgh Giant

Big Bruno Sammartino, the amicable Pittsburgh giant, was born in Italy. Shortly before the outbreak of World War Two his father came to America, planning to find employment and then send for his ample family. But the war erupted, and it was not until 1949 that the Sammartinos were all reunited and in their adopted …

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