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It was home to Reg Park – one of the greatest bodybuilding personalities the world has ever seen.

Park was a man who practically defined bodybuilding as we know it today, introducing many facets of the sport which we now take for granted.

His impressive pre-steroid physique, Herculean strength, dedicated work ethic, charismatic personality and incredible achievements, both on and off stage, have inspired generations of young men – most notably Arnold Schwarzenegger himself – to follow in his footsteps and become big ol’ hunks of muscle.

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