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"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."
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This is one of 93 photos of Andy McCutcheon that are used in The New High-Intensity Training to illustrate the recommended exercises.

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Dan Lurie Dies at 90

Tony Williams

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One of the true greats.....
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Florida, USA

Too Bad - I know his Daughter and "Son in Law" - I will Commiserate with them when I see them (Cool People)
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Signed by 2 of Them!
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Landau wrote:
Signed by 2 of Them!

Very cool! I grew up in Brooklyn and my Dad worked a few blocks away from Dan's Utica Avenue store. I used to go to work with him on Saturdays and walk over to Lurie's to look at all the photos in the windows. A few years later, I was befriended by Tony Badal, former Mr. Brooklyn and Editor of Muscle Training Illustrated. Tony would get me discounts on Lurie equipment.
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"Doctors determined he was born with a heart defect, and they told his parents he was not likely to live beyond his fifth birthday. Yet by the time he was 19 he had finished second over all in the 1942 Amateur Athletic Union Mr. America contest, a competition in which he was judged to have the best arms, the best legs and the second-best back and was voted most muscular for the first of three times. When, in February 1943, he was rejected by the Army because of a heart murmur, the irony was reported in Time magazine and The New York Times."

Big fan....RIP
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New York, USA

Sad to hear it.

Dan Lurie was the real deal and a nice person. An old-school Brooklyn guy.
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