Laura Phelps Bodybuilder and Power lifter Â 156 cm at 72 kg (158 lbs). Â Strongest woman in the world!
Although Arnie played Mr Freeze in Batman and Robin one gets the impression that he’s more of a Joker. The Austrian Oak has quite a reputation as a prankster. In his early days, he seemed to get quite a kick out of offering ‘nutty’ advice to anyone he didn’t particularly like. Yes, literally.
In the heyday of modern bodybuilding when Arnold Schwarzenegger was at his best – and worst – we had one of our own mixing it with the big boys. Strangely, there’s very little to be found about Roger Walker on the internet apart from a 2002 interview with James Sadek at BB.com.
The bench press is a given in today’s lifting world, but this was not always the case. According to Josh Levin at Slate Magazine for much of the 20th century, serious competitors were judged primarily on how much they could lift over their heads. They sneered at the idea of supine weightlifting â€” “boobie-building,”
Whatever happened to ruggedmag.com? What started as a web magazine in late 2003 by Body-for-Life winner Joel Marion www.ruggedmag.com now takes you straight to Joel’s personal website. Now thatâ€™s a pity
Ben Callcott once said â€œAmbition can be found at the source of all progress.â€ Youâ€™ve never heard of him, I realise that, but if you have ever skipped a workout, take a moment to analyse that statement. If you lift weight, you are striving for progress and you need to be clear about your ambition.
In case you missed it, Muscular Development decided that October 2006 was the dawn of the digital age. According to long-time MD writer John Romano, theyâ€™d just been patiently waiting to see where this new technology was heading. To further demonstrate that MD really gets this new fangled Internet thing they also launched the 1st…