Luke Million’s Arnold – 70s style overload


I never really thought of 70s bodybuilders as having a style – but they have such a strong 70s style, and with as little gym clothing as possible!

In a way your body is your most important accessory, and if we took a small part of the time we spend shopping and used it for fitness we’d end up with a body that would be easier and more fun to dress – does that make time spent at the gym, time spent accessorizing?

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