The Mr. Olympia contest has served as a gold standard, determining who in the bodybuilding universe can rightly call themselves the best in the world, for the next 364 days, at least.
Since Joe Weider endeavored to stage the inaugural event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music 47 years ago, 13 men have won the title of Mr. Olympia, starting with Larry “the Legend” Scott and most recently, Phil “the Gift” Heath. Each of these men has represented the pinnacle of his sport, and a number have gone up against one another in classic showdowns that are the stuff of legend. However, due to the span of time between the first and most recent editions, we’ll never get to witness all 13 champs duking it out onstage together.
Instead we are bringing you this gallery of champions, starting with Larry “the Legend” Scott and finishing with the 2015 Sandow winner, Phil “the Gift” Heath.
In his early years, Mr. Oizo used a Korg MS-20, an Akai S1000, and an Atari 1040 computer. [ citation needed ] Mr. Oizo is known currently for strong use of computers in his music. As he stated in an interview with XLR8R , he started using computers to avoid having to plug in four different appliances, and because the result of music is more or less the same. [ citation needed ] His first album to switch to all computers was Moustache (Half a Scissor) . In Lambs Anger , Mr. Oizo used a Macintosh G5 running Logic Pro to compose all of the songs. During his DJ sets, he uses two CDJs.