Thursday, December 10, 2009

Great Gyms Of Yesteryear - By Osmo "John" Kiiha

Reprinted with permission of The Iron Master - Posted on on July 20, 1999

The granddaddy of all today's commercial gym's was the famous Sigmund Klein's Gym, located at 48th street and seventh avenue in the heart of New York City's theater district. This completely equipped gymnasium was unlike any other in New York, or for that matter, anywhere in the world. It was the link between the older European school and that of today. *** CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE ***
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