Body Culture

vintage body building magazine

Body Culture magazines

As our name BODY CULTURE implies, this magazine is devoted to the development of the human physique, internally as well as externally. Although not a competitive lifter’s journal, we will publish notes and news regularly regarding weight-lifters and weight-lifting and suggest that would-be and established competition lifters would benefit tremendously through reading, digesting and practising methods of instruction advocated by BODY CULTURE  (from editorual of v.1 № 2).

Body Culture volume 1, № 2, September 1949.

Muscular Size And Shape – The Author gives first-rate training instruction invaluable to the bodybuilder experiencing difficulty in developing both large and shapely muscles. The exercises for calves are of special value.

Physical culture in Norway – RUDOLF NESS is Norway’s most prominent advocate of the weight-training way of life, and author of the internationally famous book, “Kruppskultur”.

Body Culture volume 1, № 10, August 1950.

Especially for the Ladies

Practical Psychology – how to overcame worries and negative attitude towards  life, psychology for bodybuilders.

Body Culture volume 2, № 1, December 1950

The Power of Thought – how to get from motivation to the action, don’t just rest in your imagination about what you are going to do.

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