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Tony Williams

From "Muscle Smoke & Mirrors" Vol.1 by Randy Roach:

"Ben (Weider) wrote in "Muscle Builder" in November 1954:

"When the Weider Company makes a sale, it does not end its interest in you with that sale. It is anxious to see that you succeed in your ambitions, that you make the bodybuilding grade. For this reason did we establish the Weider Research Clinic. For this reason do we offer a free lifetime advisory service to each and every one of our customers, so that at any time when confronted with any particular bodybuilding problem, a Weider Pupil can write us and ask for advice."

"Some are already aware of the often-told story of 1966 Mr. America, Bob Gajda's visit to the Weider offices where he opened the door marked 'Weider Research Clinic' only to find a broom closet. How many youngsters over the years, this author included, dreamed of being part of that 'Research Clinic'? Bob Gajda has in fact verified that had we been part of Weiders' clinic, we'd have simply been cleaning Joe's broom closet. Regardless, with the inexhaustible renewal potential of supplements, the need to connect to its customer base was imperative. Good business or deception, it worked very well. Bodybuilding was beginning to build its 'smoke and mirror' industry."
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

Tony Williams wrote:
From "Muscle Smoke & Mirrors" Vol.1 by Randy Roach:

"Ben (Weider) wrote in "Muscle Builder" in November 1954:

"When the Weider Company makes a sale, it does not end its interest in you with that sale. It is anxious to see that you succeed in your ambitions, that you make the bodybuilding grade. For this reason did we establish the Weider Research Clinic. For this reason do we offer a free lifetime advisory service to each and every one of our customers, so that at any time when confronted with any particular bodybuilding problem, a Weider Pupil can write us and ask for advice."

"Some are already aware of the often-told story of 1966 Mr. America, Bob Gajda's visit to the Weider offices where he opened the door marked 'Weider Research Clinic' only to find a broom closet. How many youngsters over the years, this author included, dreamed of being part of that 'Research Clinic'? Bob Gajda has in fact verified that had we been part of Weiders' clinic, we'd have simply been cleaning Joe's broom closet. Regardless, with the inexhaustible renewal potential of supplements, the need to connect to its customer base was imperative. Good business or deception, it worked very well. Bodybuilding was beginning to build its 'smoke and mirror' industry."



"Muscle Smoke & Mirrors" Vol.1 by Randy Roach

This book is so great, reveals MANY truths.

wait until Volume 2, it gets even better.
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krazy kaju

Josh, could you give us an overview about what Roach writes about Arthur Jones in Vol. 2?
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noone

New York, USA

When does part 2 come out? Loved the first one
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Tony Williams

Joshua Trentine wrote:
Tony Williams wrote:
From "Muscle Smoke & Mirrors" Vol.1 by Randy Roach:

"Ben (Weider) wrote in "Muscle Builder" in November 1954:

"When the Weider Company makes a sale, it does not end its interest in you with that sale. It is anxious to see that you succeed in your ambitions, that you make the bodybuilding grade. For this reason did we establish the Weider Research Clinic. For this reason do we offer a free lifetime advisory service to each and every one of our customers, so that at any time when confronted with any particular bodybuilding problem, a Weider Pupil can write us and ask for advice."

"Some are already aware of the often-told story of 1966 Mr. America, Bob Gajda's visit to the Weider offices where he opened the door marked 'Weider Research Clinic' only to find a broom closet. How many youngsters over the years, this author included, dreamed of being part of that 'Research Clinic'? Bob Gajda has in fact verified that had we been part of Weiders' clinic, we'd have simply been cleaning Joe's broom closet. Regardless, with the inexhaustible renewal potential of supplements, the need to connect to its customer base was imperative. Good business or deception, it worked very well. Bodybuilding was beginning to build its 'smoke and mirror' industry."


"Muscle Smoke & Mirrors" Vol.1 by Randy Roach

This book is so great, reveals MANY truths.

wait until Volume 2, it gets even better.


Josh is right.

Great book.

If "Muscle, Smoke & Mirrors" as well as "The New Bodybuilding for Old School Results" are not in your library, I would consider it temporarily incomplete.

Tony
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