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The Bodybuilding Archive has a firm policy against the use of illegal or perfromance enhancing substances. We are not medical doctors and do not endorse the use of any drugs. Where drugs are mentioned, this is purely for historical information to discuss the use of drugs during the era. We do not promote, sell, endorse, or have any affiliation with illegal substances.


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The Bodybuilding Archive doesn’t claim ownership of images used & is not liable for any images reposted from other sites. 


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