Strive for Health and Strength, and Aesthetics Will Follow

On October 17, 2013 by Physical Culturist

The oldtime physical culturists of the early 1900’s knew that in order to improve your body composition, strength was the foundation from where you could re-build it. Building your health through proper eating habits was equally important! Health and Strength are synonymous, and when striving for both, your aesthetics will follow.

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