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Val Vasilef is an award-winning bodybuilder and Mr. America winner. He has been honored by his home state for achieving unmatched weightlifting and bodybuilding records. In addition to his physical pursuits, Val studied nutrition and sports science, and earned a doctorate in naturopathy. This knowledge came in handy when the usually well-bulked bodybuilder lost weight and muscle. His uncharacteristic slimness occurred after starring in his own TV series left him less time to concentrate on fitness."I watched in horror as my muscular body got skinnier, and my mass and density took a hike," he says. "I tried to overcome my muscle loss by training harder. I frantically searched for info on bodybuilding products in magazines, hoping to stop my weight loss."
Val tried bodybuilding products that claimed to pack on muscle immediately - but none worked. His wife, Susan, a Miss World Physical Fitness winner and commentator on the show, says the audience was starting to notice, too. "They were asking, what happened to Val's muscles?" she says.
Down to 175 pounds from his once-muscular, 215-pound body, Val had lost more than 40 pounds of muscle. "I was fed up with worthless programs and muscle-building products that did nothing but waste my time and drain my pockets," he recalls. "But I had made worldwide contacts in muscle-building resources." These included hi-tech Russian researchers, U.S. world champs and of course, the wisdom of his Uncle John, the "Russian Bear." Val succeeded in designing a powerful muscle-building system for weightlifters, bodybuilders and athletes. With the Russian Bear system, Val's weight soon climbed back to 215 pounds of hard muscle mass. "I constantly had to defend myself at the gym. People couldn't believe my muscle gains were completely natural, without steroids," he says. "Everyone wanted to know what I was taking."