by Dustin Lapray Jan 26, 2012 Lee Labrada's professional body dominated an era in bodybuilding before giants ruled the stage. He won contests through definition and balance rather than mind-blowing mass. At 5-foot-6, maybe 185 pounds, Lee's body had to approach toned perfection to compete with larger men. His trick? Old-fashioned hard work. Lee Labrada Fitness 360: Bodybuilding's Perfect Man - Training
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