.......interesting things about fitness, strength, diet and performance.
No, but I hope to be half as in shape as he at that age!
That's me like 50 years from now.
I'm pretty sure it's a guy named "Jeffrey S. Life."
Yes, Hans...Jeffry S. Life. http://www.drlife.com/
You guys beat me to it. I saw his picture somewhere before and just googled 70 year old fitness doctor and that name popped up!
i think he's that 70 something doctor who wrote a book about fitness and aging. I read a article about him. If it's the guy his name is Dr. jeff ? Big into hormone therapy. I think he also Body for life winner ? Good luck
CheersI remember now there was some controversy about whether this guy was on steroids
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=134553171&page=1 has some interesting commentary and background.Incidentally, I found this by going to Google image search, clicking the little camera icon, and pasting in the URL of the image. Not many people seem to know that Google image search can find similar images if you upload one or provide an URL.
Yes-on steroids, but prescribed as an anti-aging medication. Although he has less muscle mass, Clarence Bass looks better than Dr. Jeff IMO. No hormone therapy either as far as I know.
yes, i'm pretty sure he was a body for life winner. IIRC, this was a photo taken for Muscle Media
I don't know who he is but Scott Sonnon posted the same photo on Facebook a couple of days ago so I guess it is becoming viral.
He's in tons of magazines here in the US wit his advertisements. Yes, he was a body for life winner, he sells HGH type hormone/steroid program.Marc
Here is a video from FOX about him and his book http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/fox-friends-weekend/index.html#/v/4694717/get-healthy-at-any-age/?playlist_id=163197?test=faces
I think he's associated with a rejuvenation clinic, hormone therapy.They advertise in in-flight magazines, costs a couple thousand a month.
Doesn't GH therapy shorten lifespan?
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