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Kim Wood on the left, John Wood on the right. And from left to right:
Inch lighter bell (158 lbs?), Inch replica, 172 lbs, and three
Millennium dumbells lined up. The knurled handles on these Millennium
bells are exactly the same size as the original Inch: 2.38" diameter,
approx 225 lbs each. (Inch replicas are 2.47" diamater).
The two Inch bells are virtually identical in appearance though they
vary in weight. July 31, 2002- the day Kim received the three Millennium
bells. Photo courtesy of Kim Wood & John Wood.
Kim Wood on the left, John Wood on the right. And from left to right:
Inch lighter bell (158 lbs?), Inch replica, 172 lbs, and three
Millennium dumbells lined up. The knurled handles on these Millennium
bells are exactly the same size as the original Inch: 2.38" diameter,
approx 225 lbs each. (Inch replicas are 2.47" diamater).
The two Inch bells are virtually identical in appearance though they
vary in weight. July 31, 2002- the day Kim received the three Millennium
bells. Photo courtesy of Kim Wood & John Wood.
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Kim Wood hoisting a Millennium bell, approx 225 lbs. July 31, 2002.
Photo courtesy of Kim Wood & John Wood.
Kim Wood hoisting a Millennium bell, approx 225 lbs. July 31, 2002.
Photo courtesy of Kim Wood & John Wood.
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John Wood holding a Millennium bell, approx 225 lbs. John had held one
in this position for about 25 seconds, and managed to get one sphere
off the ground in a deadlift attempt. July 31, 2002. Photo courtesy of
Kim Wood & John Wood
John Wood holding a Millennium bell, approx 225 lbs. John had held one
in this position for about 25 seconds, and managed to get one sphere
off the ground in a deadlift attempt. July 31, 2002. Photo courtesy of
Kim Wood & John Wood
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Geni Roark's hand used for proportional display on Manfred Hoeberl's
upper arm. His upper arm was measured three times by Joe Roark at 25.5"
unpumped, and 26" after a set of heavy dumbell curls. Photo taken by
Joe Roark at the Arnold Classic 1995.
Geni Roark's hand used for proportional display on Manfred Hoeberl's
upper arm. His upper arm was measured three times by Joe Roark at 25.5"
unpumped, and 26" after a set of heavy dumbell curls. Photo taken by
Joe Roark at the Arnold Classic 1995.
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Anthony Ditillo (1947-2002), famed Power & Bulk trainee, and most known
for his articles in Ironman magazine from  1968 to 1985.  All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
Anthony Ditillo (1947-2002), famed Power & Bulk trainee, and most known
for his articles in Ironman magazine from 1968 to 1985. All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
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Anthony Ditillo (1947-2002), famed Power & Bulk trainee, and most known
for his articles in Ironman magazine from  1968 to 1985.  All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
Anthony Ditillo (1947-2002), famed Power & Bulk trainee, and most known
for his articles in Ironman magazine from 1968 to 1985. All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
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Anthony Ditillo (1947-2002), famed Power & Bulk trainee, and most known
for his articles in Ironman magazine from  1968 to 1985.  All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
Anthony Ditillo (1947-2002), famed Power & Bulk trainee, and most known
for his articles in Ironman magazine from 1968 to 1985. All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
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Anthony Ditillo(1947-2002) photo taken circa 1999. All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.
Anthony Ditillo(1947-2002) photo taken circa 1999. All photos courtesy of Adam Ditillo, younger son of Anthony.

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Highlight for Album: 2002 AOBS Dinner
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Album: 2002 AOBS Dinner
Last change: 02/26/07
Contains: 8 items.
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