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Jean Stewart the Deadlifting (Great, Great) Grandma

On December 10, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Three years ago, Jean Stewart began to feel old. A proud woman, she realized she needed to make a change in her life to improve her long-term health. “I see people who are...

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Yulia Vins, Russian Powerlifter Has the Face of a Porcelain Doll and the Body of an Amazon

On August 31, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Yulia Viktorovna Vins, or Julia Vins, as she is known in the online bodybuilding and powerlifting communities, is a 17-year old Russian powerlifter who recently shot to Internet fame after a series of...

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Manohar Aich (100 Years Young) Reveals His Secrets to Longevity

On July 28, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Manohar Aich is a great example of a physical culturist! At over 100 years young, he continues to grow strong!

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