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Charles Rigoulot

Charles Rigoulot

Charles Rigoulot made this most interesting cover of the December, 1934 issue of the French magazine Je Sais Tout. Rigoulot was a well-known figure at the time. After having won the Gold Medal at the 1924 Olympics, Rigoulot turned professional in 1932 and performed as...

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Card-Tearing as a Feat of Strength

Card-Tearing as a Feat of Strength

Card Tearing as a Feat of Strength made the cover of the December, 1906 issue of Bernarr MacFadden’s Physical Magazine. We’ll probably reproduce the accompanying article at some point. In the meantime, if you would like to learn the finer points on the traditional...

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Nat Pendleton on The Cover of Physical Culture

Nat Pendleton on The Cover of Physical Culture

Nat Pendleton was a fantastic college wrestler at Columbia University (team captain and 2x EIWA Champion, 1914-15) who went on to take the Silver medal in Heavyweight class the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium. (He was defeated by Robert Roth of Switzerland in...

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Strength and Health Magazine: September, 1944

Strength and Health Magazine: September, 1944

Shown here is the cover of the September, 1944 issue of Strength and Health Magazine, featuring Steve Stanko. He had won both the 1944 AAU Mr. America and Junior. Mr. America titles only a few months before. This was not the first time Stanko graced the cover of...

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British Champion T.W. Clarke

British Champion T.W. Clarke

The 11 stone British Amateur Weightlifting Champion of 1913, T.W. Clarke is shown here on the cover of the February, 1933 issue of Strength and Health Magazine (Making this is the third issue ever.) Clarke was famed for his arm development — 15-1/4 inches – which was...

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Tag:
Cover
Charles Rigoulot

Charles Rigoulot

Charles Rigoulot made this most interesting cover of the December, 1934 issue of the French magazine Je Sais Tout. Rigoulot was a well-known figure at the time. After having won the Gold Medal at the 1924 Olympics, Rigoulot turned professional in 1932 and performed as...

read more
Card-Tearing as a Feat of Strength

Card-Tearing as a Feat of Strength

Card Tearing as a Feat of Strength made the cover of the December, 1906 issue of Bernarr MacFadden’s Physical Magazine. We’ll probably reproduce the accompanying article at some point. In the meantime, if you would like to learn the finer points on the traditional...

read more
Nat Pendleton on The Cover of Physical Culture

Nat Pendleton on The Cover of Physical Culture

Nat Pendleton was a fantastic college wrestler at Columbia University (team captain and 2x EIWA Champion, 1914-15) who went on to take the Silver medal in Heavyweight class the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium. (He was defeated by Robert Roth of Switzerland in...

read more
Strength and Health Magazine: September, 1944

Strength and Health Magazine: September, 1944

Shown here is the cover of the September, 1944 issue of Strength and Health Magazine, featuring Steve Stanko. He had won both the 1944 AAU Mr. America and Junior. Mr. America titles only a few months before. This was not the first time Stanko graced the cover of...

read more
British Champion T.W. Clarke

British Champion T.W. Clarke

The 11 stone British Amateur Weightlifting Champion of 1913, T.W. Clarke is shown here on the cover of the February, 1933 issue of Strength and Health Magazine (Making this is the third issue ever.) Clarke was famed for his arm development — 15-1/4 inches – which was...

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