Larry Scott: Mass Monster

Larry Scott

While considering the illustrious figures of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sergio Oliva, who unquestionably earned their esteemed positions as the preeminent mass monsters of the 1960s and 70s, one must not overlook Larry Scott. His presence, preceding that of both Schwarzenegger and Oliva, offered a distinctive divergence in terms of massā€”distinct from any bodybuilder who had graced the stage before him.


Scott’s full muscle bellies, influenced by a remarkable receptivity to the novel supplements newly available during his era, engendered a physique, as vividly portrayed in the accompanying visual documentation, characterized by a distinct roundness. Notably, not even the 1966 iteration of Sergio Olivaā€”distinguishable from the subsequently more enhanced Sergio of subsequent yearsā€”constituted an imminent challenge to Larry Scott’s cherished Olympia championship.

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