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VIDEO: Paul Anderson: The Strongest Man In Recorded History (Documentary)

On January 25, 2014 by Physical Culturist

A documentary of legendary weightlifter Paul Anderson.

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VIDEO: Valentin Dikul Power Juggling in Circus 1985

On January 24, 2014 by Physical Culturist

A performance by legendary old time strongman, Valentin Dikul.

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VIDEO: Bent Press and Muscular Control

On January 24, 2014 by Physical Culturist

Footage of old time strongman, Edward Aston, performing the Bent Press and demonstrating his muscular control!

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VIDEO: Arnold Goes Undercover at Gold’s Gym

On January 22, 2014 by Physical Culturist

Regional manager "Howard" surprises Venice Beach gym-goers to promote After-School All-Stars.

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VIDEO: Lifting and Life – Follow Through

On December 31, 2013 by Physical Culturist

This is an absolutely amazing video! The words spoken in the video are truly inspiring, and apply to all aspects in life! Video inspired by Mark Bell’s video entitled “Follow Through”. Mark, Zach...

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VIDEO: The History of Weightlifting

On September 22, 2013 by Physical Culturist

If you have a passion for movement and strength, then embrace the roots of physical culture. Below is a video that tells the history behind the sport of weightlifting! Video by: BodyTribe

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VIDEO: World’s 10 Humans With Real Superpowers

On August 31, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Bringing Physical Culture to another dimension, these people have really unusual and amazing skills. Real people with superpowers. They live among us.

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VIDEO: Eugen Sandow (The Father of Modern Bodybuilding) Posing in 1903

On July 11, 2013 by Physical Culturist

A short clip of Eugen Sandow (The Father of Modern Bodybuilding) posing in 1903. Showing off his amazing musculature, he finishes his routine with an awesome backflip! A true example of Physical Culture!...

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