The erudite English biologist, Charles Darwin, explained life as a constant struggle, a plastic adjustment, and permutation made by all species, both the best of natural selection and survival of the fittest. It goes on all around us even today.
Indeed it does. For example, Mark Ritter once weighed 100-lbs dripping wet, dined on sugary cereal for breakfast and worked out using the Weider Haphazard Principle. Now, some 6-7 years later, Mark has mutated into a symmetrical 170-pounds lean and mean National Physique Champion. You could say that our Body Muscle cover man has evolved into a real bodybuilder. Bodybuilding is survival of the Fittest – literally. And so, even Darwin would have been proud.
Now a National middleweight bodybuilding champion, Mark, like almost everyone with 18-inch biceps-stars in their eyes, grew up idolizing the massive guys in the bodybuilding magazines. Indeed, Mark started iron pumping at a precious 14. His early workouts though, we're not precious, done in his uncle's crowded garage; they consisted of just a couple chest and biceps exercises.