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sirloin

Hey guys,

So what's your favourite youtube training video's?

Mine...

https://m.youtube.com/...h?v=lYhwXNnRXOk

I personally love Alan Eltron Barrel videos, a South African BBer than lived in Belgium. Unfortunately he passed away several years ago at the age of just 27 from a generic heart condition. He was 6'4 and 270lb. This video is just footage, but there's many more of him talking about different aspects of BB.
I speaks with such passion for this endeavour and with such confidence seldom seen in such a young person.

VEIWER BEWARE: this footage shows graphic images of outroading from the start!!!
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hit4me

Florida, USA

any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane, the mentzer videos, viator training that guy before he passed

don't care for the new fellas, it just seems so fake
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StuKE

Great idea for a thread!I will have to think about this, but something that does motivate me to train is this: Turn it up loud and feel the ferocity on the first part.

https://m.youtube.com/...h?v=DRwLaXlmxfY
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BennyAnthonyOfKC

Missouri, USA

When I was in the ninth-grade, between 1985 & 1986, I'd listen to a cassette-tape with my favorite songs on my generic walkman, and I'd often listen to the opening speech in "Patton" that was spoken by George C. Scott, although for at least 20-years my preference is silence.

VIDEO:
https://www.youtube.com/...h?v=CYhHIe_UELM
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S.M.Punisher

hit4me wrote:
any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane, the mentzer videos, viator training that guy before he passed

don't care for the new fellas, it just seems so fake


The more drugs taken the less hard the training needs to be. Bodybuilding nowadays is about getting a pump and letting the drugs do the rest (the majority) of the work. Hormones are king when it comes to muscular development. Training is the catalyst. It's always funny to hear people get defensive about how much hard work is still required, when steroids are brought into the conversation. That may be true where nutrition is concerned, which seems like a full-time job to me, but training... Nope. Not at least where injuries (made more likely with steroids) and the pain of training through synthol use is not concerned.
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hit4me

Florida, USA

when it comes to music, anytime I hear "eye of the tiger", I am pumped and going to the gym or maybe a fast walk across a two mile bridge over the st lucie river
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sirloin

hit4me wrote:
any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane, the mentzer videos, viator training that guy before he passed

don't care for the new fellas, it just seems so fake


Yeah the world's teeming with "fake natty's" today, many of which have their own supplement lines. Thats why I like guys like Barrel...

Where those names mentioned really Real? What I mean is, they didnt talk much about their drug use, Weider (their boss) forbid it, but for a contract they were happy to be the poster boys for his supplements, training courses etc.





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sirloin

StuKE wrote:
Great idea for a thread!I will have to think about this, but something that does motivate me to train is this: Turn it up loud and feel the ferocity on the first part.

https://m.youtube.com/...aXlmxfY


No wonder their careers end so soon in Thailand lol. Good stuff:)
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hit4me

Florida, USA

sirloin wrote:
hit4me wrote:
any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane, the mentzer videos, viator training that guy before he passed

don't care for the new fellas, it just seems so fake

Yeah the world's teeming with "fake natty's" today, many of which have their own supplement lines. Thats why I like guys like Barrel...

Where those names mentioned really Real? What I mean is, they didnt talk much about their drug use, Weider (their boss) forbid it, but for a contract they were happy to be the poster boys for his supplements, training courses etc.







they were not "real" in the sense that you are implying, but the videos of them training I believe were real, i.e....they were not posing with their mouth open like they were screaming...so dumb in my opinion

I also like the aesthetic looks they had back then,

I also get some inspiration when I watch the strongest man of the world competition, their strength and stamina is amazing

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Crotalus

hit4me wrote:
any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane,



Yeah,I agree , all those guys I looked up to a hundred years ago still do it for me now too.

Still love to watch segments from Pumping Iron, though most 'HIT' guys hate it. I loved it ... the whole thing.

I especially liked when Arnold, Danny Padilla and Robbie Robinson were in the audience watching the prejudging of Franco and Ed Corney and hearing their admiration for their friends and competitors.

I still believe Robinson had one of the best physiques back then and was always screwed out of what he deserved. I always heard it was because he wouldn't take any shit from the Weiders.

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Bastion

I used to watch Dorian Yates blood n guts on vhs before workouts. Then when youtube came along I enjoyed watching guys like markus ruhl, lee priest, platz, just to get psyched up. Now I tend to not pay much attention to the "upper elite " like I once did. I just find it hard to watch these guys knowing how full of gear they are, and that most of them do put on a bit of a show for the camera. Bodybuilding is a great hobby, but a sham of a sport and ripoff industry.
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Crotalus wrote:
hit4me wrote:
any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane,


Yeah,I agree , all those guys I looked up to a hundred years ago still do it for me now too.

Still love to watch segments from Pumping Iron, though most 'HIT' guys hate it. I loved it ... the whole thing.

I especially liked when Arnold, Danny Padilla and Robbie Robinson were in the audience watching the prejudging of Franco and Ed Corney and hearing their admiration for their friends and competitors.

I still believe Robinson had one of the best physiques back then and was always screwed out of what he deserved. I always heard it was because he wouldn't take any shit from the Weiders.



I love that movie, very inspirational...also love Conan the Barbarian with Arnold...that movie along with the Incredible Hulk tv show got me into lifting

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sirloin

hit4me wrote:
sirloin wrote:
hit4me wrote:
any of the older bodybuilding training videos do it for me, Arnold and franco, lou ferrigno, yates, zane, the mentzer videos, viator training that guy before he passed

don't care for the new fellas, it just seems so fake

Yeah the world's teeming with "fake natty's" today, many of which have their own supplement lines. Thats why I like guys like Barrel...

Where those names mentioned really Real? What I mean is, they didnt talk much about their drug use, Weider (their boss) forbid it, but for a contract they were happy to be the poster boys for his supplements, training courses etc.







they were not "real" in the sense that you are implying, but the videos of them training I believe were real, i.e....they were not posing with their mouth open like they were screaming...so dumb in my opinion

I also like the aesthetic looks they had back then,

I also get some inspiration when I watch the strongest man of the world competition, their strength and stamina is amazing



Ah my bad, i was meaning the youtube fake nattys.

I agree, bodybuilding's been dead for a long time.

Im also a fan of the WSM, was always a Magnus Samauelsson fan.

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sirloin

Bastion wrote:
I used to watch Dorian Yates blood n guts on vhs before workouts. Then when youtube came along I enjoyed watching guys like markus ruhl, lee priest, platz, just to get psyched up. Now I tend to not pay much attention to the "upper elite " like I once did. I just find it hard to watch these guys knowing how full of gear they are, and that most of them do put on a bit of a show for the camera. Bodybuilding is a great hobby, but a sham of a sport and ripoff industry.


Love Rulh, when it comes to intensity, the "Made in Germany" and "big and loving it" are crazy. But then of course the gear hes on is also crazy lol.
I recall when Andreas Munzer died i believe the autopsy found he'd over 20 different drugs in he system...and that was 21 years ago, one can only imagine what their using today.
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Brian A Schamber

Texas, USA

Mike Mentzer and the Nantucket Band

https://www.youtube.com/...h?v=2caiT70A7ZE
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sirloin

Brian A Schamber wrote:
Mike Mentzer and the Nantucket Band

https://www.youtube.com/...T70A7ZE


Haha, havent seen that in a while. Anyone know the deal behind this video? Mike looked contest ready.
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sirloin

https://m.youtube.com/...h?v=nSdlrnNeY6Q

Heres another fav of mine, Berry De Mey training for the 87 Olympia.

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sirloin

https://m.youtube.com/...h?v=X-ijKCkpG7Y

Heres an individual ive been following for a few years now, check out her arms at the end of the video, their only 13" but dense and ripped. Id be happy to lose an inch or so off my arms to have them look like this!
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Crotalus

For some reason my old computer started playing You Tube clips again so I went to catch up on some things I haven't seen.

Too great clips ; one of Tom Platz talking about his mind set back in the day he was competing and another of Sammir Bannout also talking to some guys about training but especially dieting and his take on cardio being way over rated. Platz still talks about training with tremendous passion ... you can tell it's not an act.

Bannout was another of my favorites, one of the best physiques ever and seems to be an honest guy telling it the way it is. This was part one of a two part ... the second part in the gym training wasn't that great. Loved the first part though, doing an interview outside of the gym on the street.
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Crotalus

Just saw another great interview with Danny Padilla. I didn't know the history of him getting screwed through out his career.

Very interesting stuff about how an entire segment of Pumping Iron was deleted from the final cut because of the politics involved and how corrupt it would have made the sport look.

We all know this shit happens in BB but hearing it told from someone directly involved about how it all happened made a great interview.
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sirloin

Crotalus wrote:
For some reason my old computer started playing You Tube clips again so I went to catch up on some things I haven't seen.

Too great clips ; one of Tom Platz talking about his mind set back in the day he was competing and another of Sammir Bannout also talking to some guys about training but especially dieting and his take on cardio being way over rated. Platz still talks about training with tremendous passion ... you can tell it's not an act.

Bannout was another of my favorites, one of the best physiques ever and seems to be an honest guy telling it the way it is. This was part one of a two part ... the second part in the gym training wasn't that great. Loved the first part though, doing an interview outside of the gym on the street.


Is the Bannout one the from the late 80s? Think ive seen it, its a good video. Liked Bannout, hes still in decent shape.

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Crotalus

sirloin wrote
Is the Bannout one the from the late 80s? Think ive seen it, its a good video. Liked Bannout, hes still in decent shape.


No, from last year and titled 'An Interview with Mr. Olympia Saminar Bannout' by Muscle Insider. Great interview.
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