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I came back down - so CAR was right and right without me!
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Manohar Aich Born March 17, 1912 (age 100) Comilla District Nationality Indian Occupation Body Builder Spouse Jyuthika Aich (1924–2002) Manohar Aich (born 17 March 1912) is an Indian bodybuilder. He was born in Comilla District (now in Bangladesh), in a remote village named Dhamti. He won the 1952 Mr. Universe - Group III championship. He is also a three-time Asian Games gold medalist in body building. Being only 4 feet 11 inches (1.50 m) tall, he was given the name "Pocket Hercules". His chest measured 54 inches (140 cm) with a waist of 23 inches (58 cm). He currently lives in Kolkata.
From childhood he was interested in strength related sports, such as wrestling, weight-lifting, etc..
At the age of 12, due to a sudden attack of black-fever, his health broke down. However he regained his strength by physical fitness exercises. He started bodybuilding exercises such as push-ups (earlier known as dips), pull-ups (known as chinning), squats, crunches (sit-ups). He used to do only free-hand exercises with thousands of repetitions in every set.
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Aich in 1952
Manohar was first introduced to weight-training when he joined the Indian Air Force (then known as Royal Air Force) during 1943. But by that time he had built his structure with hard work and thousands of repetitions of freehand exercises. Due to his physique, he was highly praised by the then British officials in the Royal Air Force.
In 1950, at the age of 37, Manohar won the Mr. Hercules contest. In 1951, he stood second in the Mr. Universe contest. In 1952, he won the Mr. Universe title. He also won the World Championship of Spring Pulling by tearing a spring of 275 pounds tension. In 1955, he stood third in the Mr. Universe contest. In 1960, he stood fourth in the Mr. Universe contest at the age of 47 years.
A few of his tricks involved squats with 300 kilograms (660 lb), demonstrating muscle control, and tearing 1500 page books. He has toured all over the world for bodybuilding shows, and has been widely acclaimed for his strength and muscle control. Manohar Aich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia