Gold’s the word for it.
This is a man who won four national championships in four weight classes in the 1960s.
He once competed in the Olympics in the weight class he’s most known for, the 225-pound class, and he won his first major title at the world championships.
Gold’s a big guy, and his career was built on brute force.
He went from being the most feared man in the world to being the biggest.
He’s been the best bodybuilder in the history of the sport, winning five world championships, five world titles, and a World Cup title.
Gold’s been known for his physique for a long time.
His first two bodybuilding books, “Bodybuilding Secrets” and “The Secrets of Gold’s Body,” were published in the late ’70s.
The third book, “Gold’s The Body” (released in 1980) featured the first ever photo of Gold in the gym.
Gold’s first major appearance was at the 1980 World Championships, in the 225 weight class.
He’s won his last two world titles.
He has a history of injuries, from injuries that were caused by the barbells he was using to injuries that could be caused by his heavy weight lifting.
Gold is known for not being afraid to take risks.
In the 1990s, he tore his left hamstring and dislocated his shoulder.
He suffered a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee in 1997.
He also suffered a broken collarbone and a broken orbital bone in 2008.
He lost a significant amount of weight after a serious injury in his shoulder in 2010.
It’s been a long road to recovery.
After Gold’s career came to an end, he continued his training and was still able to do some bodybuilding.
He did a world championship in the 185 weight class in 2012.
He started lifting weights again after his injury in 2015.
His career was cut short because of an illness.
A year later, Gold had to give up his bodybuilding career.
In August 2018, Gold died of cancer at the age of 55.
He was a tremendous man and an amazing athlete.