There was a day when bodybuilders were not a regular feature on the big screen and magazine covers and earning up to a quarter million dollars in prize money for a single event. A day when bodybuilders trained alongside other iron game champions, often performing feats of strength that remain impressive to this day, and lifting for the sheer joy of packing on muscle. The champions of those days are considered pioneers, legends if you will. One such legend passed on March 8 but will always be remembered: Larry Scott.
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