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“And I think to myself: ‘do you know just what I put myself through to get to this stage? “It is about taking your body to the absolute limit it can achieve,” he says.
“Then going on stage and being able to show it to its maximum.
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One of those qualifiers is Marcus Lee, 28, a protégé of Clark’s. “With natural bodybuilding, you can look good in clothes, they hang well on you, you can walk around like a regular person.” says Clark.
When Lee first enters the gym to join us, I'm not quite sure where to look. “But I think you’ll be surprised what Marcus looks like in the flesh.” He’s right.
Clark wanted to look like the ‘He Man’ drawings in the cartoon books he read. Say ‘bodybuilder’ to many people and they will think of grotesquely over developed men who have achieved their size with a liberal dose of steroids (sorry, but Popeye's spinach tins surely wouldn't have passed your entry-level doping control). Clark does not count himself among the legion of the doped.
Four years ago, at the age of 40, he was crowned both British Masters Champion and World Champion, receiving his 'Pro' card – “the golden chalice of bodybuilding” – in recognition.
Now 44, Clark is about to compete in the DFAC (Drug Free Athletes Coalition) World Finals once again, held this weekend in Miami.
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Click the link in our bio to read more stories about neighborhoods that have made all the difference to the people who live there.“He used to say that I am like a walking billboard.” says Lee.