"I thought I was going to die": This 77-Year-Old Bodybuilder Credits Weightlifting for Saving His Life

Bill Grant is a living legend of bodybuilding. Active during the golden era, Grant competed and won against some of the very best to grace the bodybuilding stage.

Bill Grant is a Golden era bodybuilder

In 1972, Grant won Mr. America and later in 1974 was honored with the title Mr. World, which saw him become a bodybuilding icon.

Weightlifting saved Grant's life

In 2010, Grant developed a condition called diverticulitis. He lost over 40 pounds in 2 years and doctors told him his physique and strength made him survive. 

After his successful surgery Grant, hit the gym again

He now champions the notion of weight training for the health benefits over the idea of getting bigger and warns young bodybuilders about steroid use.

Golden-era bodybuilders who still hit the gym

Along with Grant, former Mr. Olympia competitors during the golden era, Lou Ferrigno and Robby Robinson are still as ripped as they were in the 70s.

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