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Larry Scott Collection


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Larry Scott Collection: 7 Booklets - All Originals
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  • Larry Scott Collection
  • Larry Scott Collection: 7 Larry Scott Booklets

The Larry Scott Collection

Larry Scott was known around the world for his amazing physique
 and astounding arms.

Larry Scott

The first bodybuilder to win the Mr. Olympia competition
The only bodybuilder that is undefeated in Mr Olympia
One of the first bodybuilders to have 20 in. upper arms

Before claiming the Mr. Olympia title, Scott took Mr. America in 1962, the Mr. Universe title in 1964, and had a minor role in the 1964 movie Muscle Beach Party. Scott is said to have possessed little apparent genetic potential when he started training with weights in 1956, his narrow shoulders having been a particular weak spot. He trained with Vince Gironda, another well-known bodybuilder of the golden age. Scott is best known for his arm development - and perhaps most for his impressive biceps which were unusually long, allowing for good development and shape. Scott attributes his football-shaped biceps to an exercise invented by Gironda, "The Preacher Curl," which became standard repertoire among many bodybuilders, and is often called the Scott Curl due to the association with Scott. He was inducted into the IFBB Hall of Fame in 1999.

Scott was also a popular physique model during the early to mid 1960s, working for such famous photographers as Bruce of LA and Don Whitman, of Western Photography Guild. His "posing strap" material for Pat Milo (known professionally as simply "Milo") is today considered fine art. It was Milo who introduced Scott to a wide, appreciative audience and helped him hone his posing and photographic persona: that of the "boy next door." Larry regularly appeared in all of Joe Weider's bodybuilding magazines, including Mr. America and Muscle Builder, and he also figured prominently in Demi GodsMuscleboy, and The Young Physique.

From 1960 until his retirement from competition in 1966, Scott was bodybuilding's top superstar. Bodybuilding magazines soon began capitalizing on his image, but Larry - an IFBB athlete - wrote exclusively for Joe Weider's publications. Larry's popularity completely eclipsed all other bodybuilders of his time, including such famous personalities as Freddy Ortiz, Chuck Sipes, Dave Draper, Leo Robert, Harold Poole, and Sergio Oliva. The phenomenon has since become known as "Larry fever" and reached its apex at the 1966 Mr. Olympia competition, where Larry defended his title and once again took home the crown.

Scott's retirement at the age of 28 sent shock waves throughout the sport. But Scott had other priorities (a second marriage), and after two Olympia wins, he'd done all he could do in competitive bodybuilding.


Now is Your Chance to Own the Ultimate Larry Scott Collection!

This 6 booklet Collection includes the following:

  • Herculean Thighs The Mr. Universe Way
  • The Art of Posing
  • Incrediable Deltoid Thickness
  • Massive Forearms
  • Building a Mr. America Chest

These booklets are approx. 20 pages each and include: amazing photos, illustrations, training tips, techniques, and advice from the master Larry Scott.

Atomic Athletic has the collection.

Now is your opportunity to get ALL FIVE of these rare booklets in one place.
Low Introductory Price: $89.95 

Limited Supply. The photo shows "How I Built My 20 Inch Arms" and "Arms That Stun", which are now sold out and no longer available, the other FIVE titles are the only ones included in this collection.  These are all originals, so when these are gone, they are gone for good.  

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