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It's all Weider: the Mr. Olympia, Mr. Universe, Night of Champions. They have every body back and front. SO: Anything I have to say about Jones is good. He is the only honest man I met in bodybuilding. If he says "I'm going to pay you so much", he does. If he says that he's going to train you a particular way, and next year you're going to look a certain way, then you will look that way. He's the type of person you like to be around; the type of person you like to deal with since he won't screw you or use you.
Totally different from those other assholes. And everyone who went down to Florida knows that. He should have been the one to run the Mr. Olympia and other contests. BDJ: What is your opinion on the competitors of today, compared to your competition days? SO: When I see what they are going through, and what they have to take to be what they are I wouldn't want it.
You can even see how differently the muscle develops on bodybuilders of today versus those of the sixties. The amount of steroids that they use is way over the limit. And that's why you see those physiques BDJ: I find most of the physiques today look like one another; almost clone-like.
Competitors of the sixties and seventies each had a special unique look or style. SO: Yes, they all look the same.
And if they have a little bit of shape, they all have the same kind of shape! They all have the same look. And it's hard to differentiate one from the other. BDJ: What are your thoughts on some of the past Mr. Olympias, in regards to political tampering? How about the Mr. Olympia between Zane and Mentzer? SO: Mentzer all the way.
There is no doubt about it. But don't forget, Mike came from the outside; Zane was with Weider. Don't let anybody fool you. Zane, Arnold, Columbu, Haney Now, Lee Haney is my friend and I have a lot of respect for him, but there is no way in the old days that Lee Haney would have won the Mr. His physique is unproportional -- a man with a back, but no arms or calves.
Then there's Dorian Yates.
He has a belly like a cow and no arms. That is not a complete physique. That is not proportional or symmetrical. But being under contract Now, if they put Zane and Mentzer together in a contest that was not Weider dominated then Mike would have won. Zane knows that, and Zane is my personal friend. Olympia wins? SO: He may have deserved some Mr. Olympias, but not all But, he knows. Everybody knows. BDJ: Could you relay your own experience with drug use? SO: This is an area of great interest for people.
I don't care who wants to take steroids, because that's a personal choice Now, today, everybody has access to them. I even saw in one of the big magazines that Arnold denies having used them, but Arnold was one of the first to bring steroids over to America. There's no way to deny it.
It wasn't much, nothing like today. But the development of drugs is much different. I used decca and dianabol, and that was something really big at the time; and decca was not considered that bad. It was even prescribed by doctors to help make your bones strong. Today you have guys weighing pounds, and six months later they weigh pounds!
So you know these guys are taking something unbelievable. When they say they haven't taken any thing, you know that it's phony. BDJ: I could only imagine what you would look like if you have access to the drugs of today. SO: Geez I wouldn't even want to think about it. My God We used to talk about the big deal of taking decca and dianabol. Now the talk is about growth hormone. I see what they are using I tell you, it's scary I would pass on that.
Anybody can go work out and get a physique without steroids, and that is what I recommend. The drugs today is not worth the money or the way it makes you look. The consequences later are going to be big. BDJ: I notice a lot of people take steroids because they are too lazy to train hard mostly teenage boys.
SO: Yes that's what it is. But they're making a double mistake. When you take steroids you have to train even harder If you train hard, eat well with quality protein, and take a good vitamin and mineral, then you can achieve a good physique. So, if you're going to be something, then you're going to be something. If you're not, then you're not. But with all those steroids, you're going to be one of the group I wouldn't recommend them to anyone BDJ: You're still training to this day.
Tell us about it. SO: I'm 60 years old and I go to the gym five days a week. I enjoy going to the gym very much. When I competed I trained 5 days a week, year round. I'm not like some of the competitors who only trained for six months for a contest then laid back. BDJ: Physique wise, who do you consider to be the best bodybuilder?
SO: There are a few. One of the best right now is Flex Wheeler. I also like Shawn Ray and Ron Coleman. I compare myself to Flex Wheeler, a little bit. He reminds me of myself, with a tiny waist. My back was much bigger, though.
He is the only one with a really complete physique. BDJ: Your last year of competition was I've heard from some spectators that they did not care whether you won the contest; it was worth attending just to see the legendary Oliva.
Tell us about that. SO: I could have entered that contest much better, and much bigger I felt sick, like a Zombie.
I followed my wife's suggestion in changing my diet. I've always had a problem with my diet. Thank God I had good genes to be able to eat what I want. So it seemed everything that I ate, I turned it into muscle. Anyway, she wanted me to follow the diet that Frank Zane followed.
But she made a mistake. The diet was all right for Frank Zane's metabolism, but for me, it was not doing the job. I had no power to train and I felt too weak to workout If I did it my way, I would have looked unbelievable.
The second thing is, and I found this out, that even if I looked like King Kong and cut, they would have given me the same placing. Weider indicated no other placing for me but eighth. SO: That's right, and believe it my friend. And I could not do any better than eighth place because all those guys on the stage are the same ones endorsing his vitamins, proteins, magazines, equipment I didn't do anything for him, because he didn't do anything for me.
As a matter of fact, he took away from me. But I decided to come back for that contest. And who picks the judges? So, how can you win? BDJ: What projects and plans do you have for the immediate future?
SO: I regularly do seminars and guest appearances. And I do my seminars different from everyone else. I tell it like it is and allow the audience to ask me questions. Other bodybuilders only talk about the good things. I talk about the good and the bad. People don't always want to hear about the blue and the red, but the black and the white.