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Eugen Sandow
Carrie Moore, The Sandow Girl

Carrie Moore, The Sandow Girl

In the late 1800’s, “The Gibson Girl,” as portrayed by the pen-and-ink illustrations of artist Charles Dana Gibson became the personification of the feminine ideal. Well, thanks to a somewhat obscure vaudeville play known as “the Dairy Maids” eventually along came...

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Louis Durlacher – “Professor Attila”

Louis Durlacher – “Professor Attila”

The man who originated globe barbells, the Roman Chair, the art of tearing playing cards and who discovered Eugen Sandow was Louis Durlacher, also known professionally as "Professor Attila." Attila essentially "invented" the bent-press and became the first man to...

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Eugen Sandow

Eugen Sandow

Eugen Sandow was the prototypical strongman, the first true strength Superstar and can rightfully be called “The Man who Started it All.” Sandow thrilled audiences all over the world with his classical physique…

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Tag:
Eugen Sandow
Carrie Moore, The Sandow Girl

Carrie Moore, The Sandow Girl

In the late 1800’s, “The Gibson Girl,” as portrayed by the pen-and-ink illustrations of artist Charles Dana Gibson became the personification of the feminine ideal. Well, thanks to a somewhat obscure vaudeville play known as “the Dairy Maids” eventually along came...

read more
Louis Durlacher – “Professor Attila”

Louis Durlacher – “Professor Attila”

The man who originated globe barbells, the Roman Chair, the art of tearing playing cards and who discovered Eugen Sandow was Louis Durlacher, also known professionally as "Professor Attila." Attila essentially "invented" the bent-press and became the first man to...

read more
Eugen Sandow

Eugen Sandow

Eugen Sandow was the prototypical strongman, the first true strength Superstar and can rightfully be called “The Man who Started it All.” Sandow thrilled audiences all over the world with his classical physique…

read more