"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
Arthur Jones believes, "has all but
destroyed the actual great value
of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
The New Bodybuilding for
Old-School Results supplies
MUCH of that "something."
This is one of 93 photos of Andy McCutcheon that are used in The New High-Intensity Training to illustrate the recommended exercises.
To find out more about McCutcheon and his training, click here.
The New BB for Old-School Results 2 by Ellington Darden
"I cannot provide an exact formula for success, but I can furnish a formula for failure. Give bodybuilders what they want: Easier, longer, more frequent . . . exercise. Instead, I supply bodybuilders with what they need:
harder, briefer, more infrequent... exercise."
— Arthur Jones Inventor of Nautilus and MedX Equipment
The New BB for Old-School Results, Pt 1 by Tim Patterson and Ellington Darden
(Tim Patterson is the CEO of T-Nation.com, Biotest Laboratories, and Testosterone Publishing. Ellington Darden is the author of 47 fitness books. Patterson and Darden have been colleagues, business associates, and good friends for more than 20 years. The following discussion recently occurred in Patterson's Colorado Springs headquarters. It is divided into two parts.)
Stage Reps for Bigger Arms by Ellington Darden, Ph.D.
The New Bodybuilding for Old-School Results contains more than a dozen two-page spreads that illustrate various parts of the book. Above, a series of historic photos lead into the "Golden Age of Bodybuilding," which feature training stories from Muscle Beach about Steve Reeves, John Grimek, Eric Pedersen, Clancy Ross, Vic Tanny, George Eiferman, Marvin Eder, and Bill Pearl.
Arthur Jones Trains Casey Viator by Ellington Darden, Ph.D.
"Drive down tomorrow and watch Casey train," Arthur Jones said to me on the phone.
The date was June 9, 1971. I hadn't seen Casey Viator in nine months, so I was anxious to view him working out. Jones had been training Viator on and off for eleven months. Everyone interested in bodybuilding at that time was following the escapades of Jones and Viator through IronMan magazine.
Many people have asked me which were my favorite books, and which films I liked best. But having read so many books, literally many thousands of them, and having seen thousands of films, it is not easy for me to answer such questions.
After a brutal trip through the Mexican jungle in the summer of 1951, I arrived back in Veracruz without a cent remaining in my pocket, with a large truckload of wild animals and with no place to put them, and filthy dirty, only to find that Mike Tsalikis had sent me no money at all.
Getting Into the Exercise Business by Arthur Jones
From his autobiography, " . . . And God Laughs"
John Peters was directly involved in almost continuous combat, all over the world, for nearly forty years, so he was fluent in several languages. In Africa, however, hundreds of different languages are spoken, and nobody understands all of them.