I have not finished reading it but
I am almost there. I find it not only
unique but perhaps one of the most
interesting pieces (The e-report titled:
ECHOES FROM THE POWER STORM THAT WAS…Chuck
Sipes!) of work I have read. I think
this might be due to the fact I met
Sipes and, you and I have been communicating
enough that I have a sense I know
you so... another words I am reading
from a personal interest not only
a bodybuilding interest. I think unless
a person is a fiction freak, the more
realistic in writing the better. I
love what I have read so far. It's
so personal you get the sense of being
there in person. I know I didn't word
this right but... you know what I
honest and real insight. People in
bodybuilding don't get a chance to
see that very often. All the mags
and books are so much hype. To read
something that is real is a unique
being said I must also admit I am
perhaps the biggest fan of your work,
so you have to take that into consideration.
I always review things with a eye
for interest and enjoyment but also
honest criticism. So I am being totally
honest with you when I say I simple
enjoy and respect your material. Take
care my friend.
The Chuck Sipes stuff (e-report) was
very interesting. Looks like you developed
quite a relationship with him. He
was one of my favorites back when
I first got interested in Bodybuilding.
A great legend in our sport.
Garry Bartlett Muscle Mag Int'l Contribution
Consultant & Photographer
The Chuck Sipes e-report is fabulous.
I just wish the newcomers to the sport
would realize how much information
there really is in that kind of correspondence.
I love it.
Roger Riedinger http://www.bodybuildingworld.com
What a great e-report (ECHOES FROM
THE POWER STORM THAT WAS…CHUCK SIPES!).
I really enjoyed it although I may
have enjoyed it more from the point
of it being personal correspondence
with Chuck Sipes. How times have changed
with the top lifters of our day now.
I did not know Mr. Sipes did so many
exhibitions and also so many other
a Power Health Day,
check out this fantastic story (e-report)
of the great legendary Chuck Sipes
as written by Dennis Weis. Dennis
is a lovely personal friend of mine
as well, & I particularly love Dennis
because he is from the OLD school
& has great respect for the REAL folks
in our industry, young and old. Dennis
tells it like it is. I am sure you
will all appreciate this piece.
Love, Lana Dora