More Cory, more muscle

Clayton, Victoria
May 1997
American Fitness;May/Jun97, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p13
Introduces Cory Everson's `The Art of Strength' homepage, a product of the partnership between Cory Everson, six-times Miss Olympia body building champion and the Fitness Product Council. Fitness resources that can be accessed through the internet site; Web site address.


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