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Posted by JeffLeo (1626 days ago)
u guys looked hella ripped back then too
Posted by JeffLeo (1626 days ago)
awesome you guys are great !
Posted by vgamma (1818 days ago)
Ya'll are funny as hell... and so right on. Old School
rules!!!
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Revisit the Golden Days of Bodybuilding with Ric Drasin! Hear all his stories about training at Gold's Gym in Venice during the 1970's with bodybuilding legends such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Frank Zane, Franco Columbo, Dave Draper, and more!


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Ric's Corner: Jerry Brainum & Old School Bodybuilding Part 2
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Added: March 28, 2012
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Ric asks Jerry about his stance on the supplement industry, and as expected he has much to say. To support healthy aging, Jerry has moved beyond the bodybuilding realm into wellness items like resveratrol, but in the same breath denounces current industry practices of ingredient stuffing and proprietary labeling. Flashback to the supplement scene in the 70's, and one was limited to Blair's and the occasionally unsavory Bob Hoffman line.
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