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Old 03-23-2013, 07:11 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by IrishHitman View Post
When I first got into lifting for the sake of lifting, I picked up Arnold's Encyclopedia. The two guys that really jumped of the page at me were Lee Priest and Nasser. Always dug on the specs because I could identify with them. May seem silly to some of y'all, but it was a connection. RIP, and my thoughts are with the family.
It was the exact same thing for me. Nasser and Priest were the pictures I always cut out to motivate myself when I was in high school. The two of them were perfection. This is very sad.
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