History of Physical Culture

History of Physical Culture Library

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The History of Physical Culture Library offers an educational resource for physical culturists, academia, researchers and anyone with a desire to learn more.  It hosts over 500 books, articles, Iron Men biographies, photo galleries, line art humor, vintage ads and Free printable Workout Charts, to name just a few.

Our Library features the ever-popular WEIGHT TRAINING CENTRAL  containing everything you need to reach your weight training goals.  We also offer modern up to date training systems, principles and free training advice from our advisors to aid those pursuing bodybuilding and physical culture to improve their lives, health, strength and fitness levels.  

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Your support allows us to continue our work in preserving  Physical Culture history, making it available now and for future generations.   Learn from the past so you can prepare for the future.  Subscriber proceeds help fund our operating costs.


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"I cannot believe the vast amount of historical and up to date information in the HOPC library. Much included is extremely rare and would cost a fortune if it was even available. The price of admission would not cover even one piece that is contained therein. Besides all that is ready to start reading there are more items being added almost daily. Cannot recommend the library enough and i also feel good knowing that my contribution is helping to keep the HOPC site in operation." -Peter Y.

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