Received the following endorsement today: “Muscle Smoke and Mirrors” is well written, comprehensive and thorough. It will stand witness to what took place in the broad scheme of the muscle world and is a great credit to its writer. I have now read the first two volumes with interest and look forward to the third. […]
Charles Welling’s part three of a very large 15,000 word three part interview about, you guessed it, me. He has also consolidated all three sections into one and the link to the full interview can be found on our “In The media” page. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2012 Randy Roach Part III: A Blind Man […]
Ken O’Neil, who wrote a review for Volume I in Iron Man magazine, has informed me that he will also be writing another review for Volume II in that same classic magazine that will be out perhaps in the spring. Paul Solotaroff, senior writer for Men’s Journal and Rolling Stone, had his large article called, […]
On January 30, 2012 I was honoured to have been a guest of Dominik Feischl, a fitness journalist from Austria and co-owner of the fitness radio podcast www.power-quest.cc. Dominik is based in Austria and has a significant European audience. I thoroughly enjoyed doing his show and he has invited me back for part 2 in the […]
Today (January 27th, 2012), I received a nice 90 minute visit from Dr. Stuart McGill. Professor Stuart McGill is a well-known, international lecturer and author with over 200 scientific publications that address the issues of lumbar function, low back injury mechanisms, investigation of tissue loading during rehabilitation programs and the formulation of work-related injury avoidance […]
Randy Roach has written a bodybuilding revelation; a well-documented odyssey through the good, bad, ugly, sex, cheating, conniving, contest rigging, back-stabbing, vote-rigging and characters at the core of modern bodybuilding. A remarkable work and bodybuilding masterpiece fit for the general marketplace.
Randy Roach sports his “Arnold” A-shirt in this January, 2012 photo. We begin with the eloquent words of Joe Roark to whom I express my profound gratitude for allowing me to include them here: “There are authors who can write contest reports, others who handle facts well, others who write good fiction (even though they think they are […]
Today, we begin a conversation with Randy Roach, about Randy Roach. The Bodybuilding historian tells us about his life, his health and how a blind man came to write the most detailed single history of any sport. There surely is no shortage of books within the genre of sports history. This is great news for football and […]