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  • Transgender bodybuilder returns to competition

    Transgender bodybuilder returns to competition
    SAN DIGEO - A Hillcrest man used to compete in bodybuilding in the early 1990s. On Saturday, Chris Bruce will return to the stage, competing as a female. “If you think about it, I am the ultimate body builder,” Bruce said. “Because that...
  • Anderson pastor organizes dog bodybuilding show as alternative to dog fighting

    Anderson pastor organizes dog bodybuilding show as alternative to dog fighting
    To prepare for what organizers are calling the first canine bodybuilding show, plenty of dog owners are conditioning their four-legged friends for the new 'sport.' The show is Scheduled for June 2 at the Madison County Fairgrounds. "When she's...
  • Oldest female bodybuilder loves pumping iron

    Oldest female bodybuilder loves pumping iron
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - As an active 77 year old, Edith Wilma Connor enjoys doing step aerobics with her great-granddaughter. But pumping iron is the real passion of the oldest female competitive bodybuilder. "When I'm getting ready for competition, I go as...
  • Bodybuilders Descend on Muscle Beach for Memorial Day

    Bodybuilders Descend on Muscle Beach for Memorial Day
    VENICE BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- People in Venice Beach are capping off Memorial Day weekend with a bodybuilding competition. The Muscle Beach International Classic and Armed Forces Championship was held at Muscle Beach on Monday. "This is one of the...
  • A fitness coach's pumping up pays off

    A fitness coach's pumping up pays off
    Adrian Pietrariu spends most of his time pushing other people to work out hard, make sacrifices at the dinner table and see the reward for their labors. Last weekend, the La CaƱada Flintridge businessman and resident reaped the rewards of his own effort,...
  • In-Your-Face Fitness: Is there a right way for women to get ripped abs?

    In-Your-Face Fitness: Is there a right way for women to get ripped abs?
    There is something surreal about a former champion bodybuilder lifting up her shirt to show you her abs in the middle of a coffee shop. Sandra Bueckert is a 45-year-old mother of two and one of the best-known personal trainers in my hometown, and she...
  • Community news: Hampton Sports Festival offers a little bit of everything

    Chess, boxing, and cornhole will be among the lead-off events on Friday for the third annual Hampton Sports Festival at the Hampton Roads Convention Center. More than 2,000 competitors already have entered the three-day event, which runs from 6-9 p.m....
  • Teens and Supplements

    Teens and Supplements
    Mikey Santini was in junior high when he started taking creatine and protein supplements to build muscle and enhance his athletic abilities. By his junior year at Stevenson High School, he had moved on to nitric oxide "energy igniters" such as N.O.-Xplode...
  • Beaux Arts Trio at the Ace Gallery

    Beaux Arts Trio at the Ace Gallery
    The Beaux Arts Trio gave its first concert in the summer of 1955 at the Berkshire Music Festival in Massachusetts. The trio will close shop this summer at the same festival, now known as Tanglewood. But first the Beaux Arts has a lot of goodbyes to wave....
  • A seaside stronghold

    JACK LaLANNE was already famous by the time he visited Los Angeles in 1939. He'd set records by doing 1,000 push-ups without stopping, and had founded the first modern health club six years earlier in Berkeley. But he almost certainly wouldn't have ended...
  • Alma Pearson dies at 96; major donor to California Lutheran University projects

    Alma Pearson Major donor to university Alma Pearson, 96, a major donor to California Lutheran University projects including the library that bears her name at the Thousand Oaks campus, died Nov. 21 in Santa Barbara, the university announced. Pearson and...
  • Glenn Sundby dies at 87; gymnast founded Hall of Fame

    Glenn Sundby, who learned to perform handstands and other acrobatic moves on Santa Monica's Muscle Beach in the 1930s and went on to co-found USA Gymnastics and establish the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame, has died. He was 87. Sundby died...