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The following article was written by Luke Sandoe, who is a bodybuilder and former professional bodybuilder.

Luke Sandoe is the owner of the bodybuilding website The Daily Muscle, and he’s been a bodybuilding enthusiast since the age of six.

His first major physique challenge came in the form of a competition in a local gym in the US.

It was at the age, 12, that he first discovered the importance of the “core”.

At the time, bodybuilders were still largely known for the fact that they had a strong upper body, with a large chest, a very high waist, a huge torso, and strong abs.

The following is a story of how Luke Sando first started to discover the importance and power of the core.

Luke, thanks for taking the time to speak with us.

How did you first become interested in bodybuilding?

Luke Sando: I started at the start of the 20th century when my father, who was an avid bodybuilder himself, was teaching me how to lift weights.

I wasn’t aware of bodybuilding at the time.

I was just learning the sport as I walked around town.

My first competitive bodybuilding event was at a local high school, and it was in a gymnasium, so I was at my very first competition in the gymnasius.

It wasn’t until I was 18 that I started to get my first real results in competition.

At that time, I didn’t really care what the competition was about.

I didn “work” as much as I liked, and when I got into competition, it was just about the weight, and the intensity.

I always liked to have fun, and if you didn’t get results, I just wanted to see if I could get a little more.

I wanted to have a good time.

I went to my first bodybuilding contest in New York in 1973, and I was pretty excited.

I had the physique of a skinny teenager.

I remember looking at the girls, and thinking, “I want to be like this!”

It was a dream come true.

The competition was in an old gym, so it was very hard, and my father was always the one to make sure I was doing everything right.

I also started working out with the local bodybuilders, and after a while, my father told me to try my hand at bodybuilding.

I started by getting my first win at a competition.

I think it was at age 12.

My dad took me out to a hot tub, and we went down to the beach.

The next day, I was back at the gym with my friends.

We did a bodybuilders challenge and then competed in the competition.

It turned out that I was really good at lifting, so we had to keep working on it, and then the next day we won the competition again.

My dad took this very serious approach to bodybuilding, and eventually, when I was about 17, I started competing professionally, and in the following years, my dad became the head of the competition department, so all the girls were doing bodybuilding competitions.

My father told us to do a body building challenge to show that we were strong, and this led to me becoming a body builder.

I got my first major success when I won the contest at the Junior National Championships in New Jersey in 1973.

It still makes me smile when I think about that time.

My father was very proud that I had been born a body-builder.

I started training in the backyard in the middle of the day, and whenever he saw me, he would tell me that I needed to be stronger and more athletic, so he would give me some extra weights and training.

I went from being just a kid to a body builder.

At that time bodybuilding was mostly about strength and muscle, and bodybuilding had to be fun.

It had to appeal to everybody.

When I started out, bodybuilding came in as a sport that was very serious and competitive, and because bodybuilding is very competitive, there was also a lot of pressure on people to look and perform.

In a sport where people can lose their health, that’s not fun, so when you’re a young kid and have that kind of pressure, you have to work very hard.

Bodybuilding was the way that I overcame that pressure.

At the same time, at the same gym as me, I also did bodybuilding training.

My parents worked very hard for me, and so we trained together a lot.

We would do three or four days a week.

My friends would train and compete in the same workouts, so they would be at the beach, doing body building, and they would train for a long time.

They were both very serious about their bodybuilding workouts, and there was a lot pressure on them.

In fact, I remember one day when my dad was working out, I went to the

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