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Larry Scott The First Mr. Olympia

Larry Scott was born 1938 in Pocatello, ID. He was a real skinny kid when he first took up bodybuilding but he went on to become one of the best bodybuilders of all time and winning Joe Weider's very first Mr. Olympia contest in 1965 earning him the nickname of "The Legend". He currently lives in Utah and still loves bodybuilding.

Height 5 ft 8 inches
Weight 205 pounds

Bodybuilding titles:
1959 Mr. Idaho
1960 AAU Mr. California
1961 AAU Mr. Pacific Coast
1962 IFBB Mr. America
1964 IFBB Mr. Universe
1965 IFBB Mr. Olympia
1966 IFBB Mr. Olympia

Larry Scott Workout

Larry Scott's bicep workout uses tri-sets (three exercises in a row with no rest inbetween) on the preacher bench. Larry Scott's training also involves burns (partial reps performed at the end of each set).

Dumbbell preacher curl, loose form 3-4 sets X 6 reps + 4-5 burns

Straight Bar preacher curl, strict form 3-4 sets X 6 reps + 4-5 burns

EZ bar reverse curl, loose form 3-4 sets X 6 reps + 4-5 burns

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