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December 21, in amazing events , exercise , mindfulness Tags: credo , hopton hadley , lionel strongfort , max unger , strongman by thewholeway 2 comments. Unger was known to lift a kettlebell or two…. I believe in the divine right of every body to possess a body that is strong and beautiful and radiant with energy.

I believe that the care of the body is a sacred responsibility — the first that we accept and the last that we lay down. I believe Nature is the great physician, and health is the inevitable reward of those who sit at her feet and learn her ways. I believe that sickness is the offspring of ignorance, and that the greatest teacher of [hu]mankind is [s]he who bears the flaming torch of right living to those who dwell in darkness.

I believe that in the true art of healing there is no mystery and no vagueness, and that [s]he only can help the sufferer who faithfully interprets the methods of nature. I love his words. I find something new, or a strong reminder, in them every time I read them. Balance and symmetry speak loudly to me, in ways they could not have a decade ago. It is well nigh impossible for the blase young man of today to imagine the awe and admiration that hushed the theatres when Lionel Strongfort made his appearance.

I see these qualities every day. Beauty and strength stains the floor of the studio, leaking out of bodies working overtime to maintain 37 degrees celsius. Beauty and strength which exists in grins of accomplishment, all around high fives, self-congratulatory applause, marching band heart rates, facebook status announcements. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Ben Eastaugh and Chris Sternal-Johnson.

Subscribe to feed. Tag Archive. His credo: I believe in the sanctity of the human body. I believe that physical betterment and moral welfare go hand in hand. Hopton Hadley had these words to share about Max Unger: It is well nigh impossible for the blase young man of today to imagine the awe and admiration that hushed the theatres when Lionel Strongfort made his appearance.

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December 21, in amazing events , exercise , mindfulness Tags: credo , hopton hadley , lionel strongfort , max unger , strongman by thewholeway 2 comments. Unger was known to lift a kettlebell or two…. I believe in the divine right of every body to possess a body that is strong and beautiful and radiant with energy. I believe that the care of the body is a sacred responsibility — the first that we accept and the last that we lay down. I believe Nature is the great physician, and health is the inevitable reward of those who sit at her feet and learn her ways.

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The Lionel Strongfort Course

Lionel Strongfort was, of course, a pseudonym. The significantly less aptly named Max Unger was a German strongman known for many of the same routines as Eugen Sandow. Unger also had the same sort of build as Sandow, a high level of definition but not an excessively bulky build. These courses were not written to build the massive muscularity a later generation of steroid-laced iron pumpers would promote. So, Strongfortism could be sold as a distinct philosophy of physical culture. In fact, Strongfortism was essentially a coursework of power calisthenics, calisthenics slightly enhanced by using light weights to add resistance. Made of cast iron with a hollow interior, the basic dumbbells weighed nearly four pounds.

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