Monday, February 2, 2009

HOUSE OF THE LEGENDS


ROBBY ROBINSON IN FRONT OF THE LEGENDARY  OLD HOUSE OF GOLD'S GYM VENICE, CALIFORNIA BUILT- Instructional Double DVD - Robby's philosophy on  bodybuilding, training and healthy lifestyle, and his old-school  workout approach ▶ www.robbyrobinson.net/dvd_built.php
ROBBY ROBINSON IN FRONT OF THE LEGENDARY 
OLD HOUSE OF GOLD'S GYM VENICE, CALIFORNIA
BUILT- Instructional Double DVD - Robby's philosophy on 
bodybuilding, training and healthy lifestyle, and his old-school 
workout approach ▶ www.robbyrobinson.net/dvd_built.php
... I REMEMBER WALKING THROUGH THOSE DOORS - ALL 205 LB. OF HARD COLD BLACK MUSCLE ON TOP MUSCLE.

ALL FULL OF MYSELF, READY TO TAKE ON THE WORLD AND BECOME THE TALK OF THE SPORT ... 




WHAT YOU SEE REFLECTS
YOUR THINKING




WHEN YOU CHANGE HOW YOU VIEW THINGS, 

THE THINGS YOU VIEW SEEM TO CHANGE

Lou Ferrigno, Joe Weider, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Robby Robinson PHOTO SHOOT DURING TRAINING AND FILMING OF PUMPING IRON IN THE OLD HOUSE OF  GOLD'S IN VENICE, CALIFORNIA 70S MASTER CLASS - 4-day one-on-one intensive personal training with R OBBY ROBINSON in Gold's gym Venice, CA and nutrition &  supplementation seminar - ▶ www.robbyrobinson.net/master-class.php
Lou Ferrigno, Joe Weider, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Robby Robinson
PHOTO SHOOT DURING TRAINING AND FILMING OF PUMPING IRON
IN THE OLD HOUSE OF  GOLD'S IN VENICE, CALIFORNIA 70S
MASTER CLASS - 4-day one-on-one intensive personal training with R
OBBY ROBINSON in Gold's gym Venice, CA and nutrition &
supplementation seminar - ▶ www.robbyrobinson.net/master-class.php

HOW WE DEAL WITH CHALLENGES AND
OBSTACLES DETERMINES IF WE MOVE
TO THE NEXT LEVEL OF EMPOWERMENT


ROBBY ROBINSON with other legendary bodybuilders in old Gold's
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ed Corney, Denny Gable, Ken Waller -
photo shoot during filming of cult film PUMPING IRON
Read about RR's training and life experience, about other legends of Golden 
Era of bodybuilding and what really happened behind the scenes of Weider's 
empire - in RR's BOOK "The BLACK PRINCE; My Life in Bodybuilding: 
Muscle vs. Hustle" - ▶ www.robbyrobinson.net/books.php




PEACE, ROBBY

© ROBBY ROBINSON
▶ www.robbyrobinson.net
▶ info@robbyrobinson.net

5 comments:

longhorn1rob said...

This entry was short and sweet. The accompanying photo is a powerful one. Much muscle and friendship was forged in Gold's, and clearly the muscle is still around. I hope the friendships are, too. Be Well Robby.

ROBBY ROBINSON said...

Rob - We appreciate you visiting the blog .hope this will answer all 3 comments. Spread the word. thanks for your support. We are glad you can appreciated the hard work of everyone at body & art and robbyrobinson.net. Being a big history buff I’m engulfed by the history of bb. We kind of grew up together, through the good and the bad. After a 27 yr. competitive career, it is still like a drug. I’m hooked until death departs me of this place. I still get that adrenalin rush walking into the gym, regardless what gym it is. ONCE ON THE FLOOR, I WANT TEAR THE COVERING OFF THE STEEL TO GET MY REPS AND WORK HARDER THAN EVERYONE ELSE FOR 45 -1 HR. -3-DAYS A WEEK. I’M A HUGE FAN OF THE LIGHT /HVY DAY SYSTEM. My mind and body loves the excitement and ATMOSPHERE. This my house I’M RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OUTCOME. The friendships were among warrior competitors not of solidarity. It was sold to look like a friendship. I was amazed at being able to live that lifestyle as if we were rich and famous - when it was so far from reality. The camaraderie was honestly embraced in the gym. It was magical and full of passion and dreamers. We were in our own world. RR.net will keep this time alive never to be forgotten.
peace, Robby

Anonymous said...

Robby,
The old Gold's gym was originally a porno theatre owned by Peter Blake (Baretta). I have fond memories of the old place. I am sure you remember the old place.
Stan

longhorn1rob said...

Wow. Thanks for the reply Robby. Poetically put, as well. I, too, am a history buff of the iron game and share your passion for this art, although, I am only 18. It's wonderful to learn that after all your time in the gym, you continue to love the work and get that adrenaline rush so unique to pushing the limits of the mind and body by way of reps and sets. I can only imagine what it must have been like to be at the center of the camaraderie that was so essential in the past. Thanks again for your reply. Train on, Brother in Iron.

Anonymous said...

me gustarĂ­a aprender todo lo que sabe RR, debe ser magnifico leer su libro.