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Muscle Art by Sticks
We are pleased to announce that Chris "Sticks" Bostick is our new Art Director. Enjoy his fascinating artwork and illustrated training articles. Chris is not only a talented and creative artist but also an accomplished power lifter from the 70's . View Now
Klein Bell Series
Bell was first issued in June 1931 and ran monthly until Dec. 1932.
In Jan. 1933 it merged with 'Strongman Magazine'. Each issue ranged
from 4 to 8 pages. It was described as 'being published gratis for
the pupils and friends of Siegmund Klein's Studio. View Now
Based on popular demand...more wonderful images, articles and tidbits will be added soon! Maxalding (originally called Maxaldo) was a name created from the founders, Maxick and Monte Saldo. It first came into being in 1909.The Maxalding System, like the 'Dynamic Tension' system of Charles Atlas and those of others, did not use weights. View Now
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Seen left - David Blazer (1886-1940). He joined the Navy at 16 and set up a physical training club on board the HMS Warspite. (Photo Album) - Contributed by Grandson, David Blazer.
Vintage Photos & Adverts
are pleased to present to you the first in a series of Vintage
photos, adverts and posters depicting the History of Physical
Culture starting in the late 1800's. If you have any
interesting old archives you wish to share
for an incoming series, please contact our
Physical Culture in India
Enjoy our series of strength athletes from around the world. Browse the Photo Gallery of athletes from India who specialize in bodybuilding and amazing muscle control. Find books and articles from well-known authors who proudly represent India. View Now
To mark the 75th Anniversary of the Dunkirk Evacuation, Contributing Author & Historian, Ron Tyrrell presents an interesting look at two British physical culture enthusiasts who played a role in the Dunkirk story. We hope you will enjoy "A Story of Two Dunkirk Veterans, Bob Iverson and Bob Jones" by Ron Tyrrell. View Now.
Magnificent Muscle Men
We are pleased to announce the arrival of David Gentle's stunning photo collection representing over six decades in the Iron Game! Through David's generosity we are able to offer a rare and fascinating look at MAGNIFICENT MUSCLE MEN from the Golden Age of Bodybuilding and beyond by world-class physique photographer, Russ Warner. Join Today!
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