Eugen Sandow – “Exercise Keeps Me in Condition”

On January 7, 2014 by Physical Culturist

Like many people who get into lifting, Eugen Sandow started off a weak and sickened young man.

Eugen Sandow - father of modern bodybuilding - Exercise Keeps Me in Condition

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