We say that if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. So, my question is, if we learned from previous bodybuilders back in the 70’s and 80’s how to build a physique very few are willing to put in the work to attain, then why are some current bodybuilder disrespecting the golden era of the sport mentioning they can’t compete with the bodybuilders of this era? Then on the flip side, you have bodybuilders from back in the day saying the physiques of bodybuilders today are not aesthetic, too big, and not truly attainable. This whole back and forth is dividing the sport and creating unnecessary controversy in my opinion. We need to get back to the thinking of how to build upon the sport today and continue to make changes that allow the sport to be successful and have longevity. Not have bodybuilders from different generations disrespecting each other and the sport.
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