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Sept 5th, 2013 Report : Casey Viator
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H.I.T. Believer

It was on the net last night in the early hours that Casey viator passed away ( on his birthday). Can anyone confirm this and if so how what was the cause of death ?
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

H.I.T. Believer wrote:
It was on the net last night in the early hours that Casey viator passed away ( on his birthday). Can anyone confirm this and if so how what was the cause of death ?


Wikipedia lists Casey as passed Sept 4 2013

Regards,
Andrew
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Ellington Darden

This morning I heard from several reliable sources that yes, Casey died yesterday in Clearwater, Florida. I do not know the cause of his death.

Ellington
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Drew Baye

Florida, USA

My condolences to those of you who knew him.
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highheavy

Tennessee, USA

This is sad news. My sympathy for his family and friends and anyone affected by his passing.
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kurtvf

It appears he died on his 62nd birthday.............
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Casey and Jones, one of my fav pics

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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Another good one
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Hitit

Damn too young.....sorry to those who were personally affected.

Sad news even though I didn't know him I've read so much about him.
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noone

New York, USA

Sad news. One of my favorites.
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DownUnderLifter

RIP Honey Bear.
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Hitit

Any info on what the cause of death was yet?
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Landau

Florida, USA

I heard Heart Attack
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H.I.T. Believer

one newspaper account said in he had a heart attack and died in his sleep
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Hitit

Thanks, I suspected that or something related to the kidneys.
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tompuderbaugh

Hi gang,

As a tribute to Casey, I thought I would relate a good story about the first time that I met him.....

Way back in the 70's I made my first pilgrimage to Nautilus headquarters. While there Arthur Jones was gracious enough to show me the place. During the walk around I mentioned that I was a fan of Casey Viator (the youngest winner ever of the Mister America contest). AJ asked if I would like to meet him....Well, sure!

Arthur barked to someone to go get him and soon my hero walked in.

WOW, I was not prepared for the visual. A HUGE mass of walking muscle with a head perched on top. He looked like a sack of bulging cannonballs with a shirt stretched over it. Almost made my jaw drop.

So impressed was I, that I struggled for something to say. What came out of my mouth was something like "Wow, Casey you look great. You must be really hitting it. Getting ready for another contest?"

And his response is something that I will never forget --

He said (almost apologetically), "I haven't touched a weight in almost 2 years." I looked at Arthur in disbelief, who gave me a nod and a slight grin.

And THAT was when I first realized what Dr. D. and AJ often discussed in their writings -- There are a few genetic freaks of nature out there who just don't look like the rest of us!

R.I.P Casey....Nice guy and off-the-chart genetics for building/maintaining muscle.

Good training to all!
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Hitit

Thanks for sharing a cool story and another obvious display of genetics!
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cmg

tompuderbaugh wrote:
Hi gang,

As a tribute to Casey, I thought I would relate a good story about the first time that I met him.....

Way back in the 70's I made my first pilgrimage to Nautilus headquarters. While there Arthur Jones was gracious enough to show me the place. During the walk around I mentioned that I was a fan of Casey Viator (the youngest winner ever of the Mister America contest). AJ asked if I would like to meet him....Well, sure!

Arthur barked to someone to go get him and soon my hero walked in.

WOW, I was not prepared for the visual. A HUGE mass of walking muscle with a head perched on top. He looked like a sack of bulging cannonballs with a shirt stretched over it. Almost made my jaw drop.

So impressed was I, that I struggled for something to say. What came out of my mouth was something like "Wow, Casey you look great. You must be really hitting it. Getting ready for another contest?"

And his response is something that I will never forget --

He said (almost apologetically), "I haven't touched a weight in almost 2 years." I looked at Arthur in disbelief, who gave me a nod and a slight grin.

And THAT was when I first realized what Dr. D. and AJ often discussed in their writings -- There are a few genetic freaks of nature out there who just don't look like the rest of us!

R.I.P Casey....Nice guy and off-the-chart genetics for building/maintaining muscle.

Good training to all!



Amazing. If I take 2 years off - I look like I never trained..

Thanks for the story!

Ron
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JONKILCOYNE

Florida, USA

One of my heroes. Never met him,however, from the dramatic stories Dr. Darden related in his books along with other first hand accounts he seemed to me to be a superman or hercules character in the flesh.

With such natural athletic talent I often wondered how he would have done in football or even boxing perhaps becoming a household nane. I really think HIT would not have been the same without his looming prescence and accomphlishments while still talking very little openly about it, he was a man of action and will be missed but his legacy will live on for some time mainly due to the stories and dramatic photos which were taken of him. Peace to his family and friends and thank you so much Casey for all the inspiration.

Kim do you remember any of the other routines you and he trained on in that 10 weeks prior to the Mr America? I know the one Dr. Darden related w the triset for the legs, but what about what Arthur had you do when he first took Caseys trsining over again to directly supervise you two? Thank you kindly. I live in deland but originally from Ohio my dad says go Ignatius if that means anything to you. He went there for high school.
Thank you kindly!
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Kim Wood

Casey's training for the
Mr. America(and Jr. Mr. America)
was just as Ell Darden has written...
(a few years later I did see
Arthur train Casey for some kind of
photo shoot(just one work-out...
and probably the last time Arthur ever
trained him...)... Arthur had him
do many alternating sets to failure
on a version of a selectorized
pullover machine and a proto-type
seated over-head press machine...
it was the only time I ever saw Arthur
have anyone do more than one set of anything... it was almost as if he(Arthur) was trying to teach
poor Casey a lesson...)

(your Father is probably from Cleveland)
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JONKILCOYNE

Florida, USA

Thanks Kim I appreciate your reply.
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