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Ed Corney Bodybuilder

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Ed Corney

Ed Corney is one of the few bodybuilders that competed through four decades and he competed a lot. Standing 5' 7" and competing at around 195 lbs, Ed Corney first started competing in 1968 where he placed 5th at the AAU Mr. California. A year later he won both the AAU Mr. Northern California and the AAU Mr. Western America.

But Ed was just getting started, he placed 11th at the Mr. America in 1970, 2nd at the Mr. California and then won the Mr. Iron Man in the same year. Ed Corney then placed placed 4th at the AAU Mr. America in 1971, he won the IFBB Mr. America in the short class plus winning the Mr. California and was the overall winner of the Mr. USA, he placed 3rd at the Mr. Universe that year.

In 1972 Ed continued to compete, winning the IFBB Mr. America overall title plus the IFBB Mr. International and then finally winning the coveted IFBB Mr. Universe title where he won the overall as well as his short class division. By this point Ed Corney was unstoppable.

Ed Corney went on to compete often every year for the next ten years winning Mr. World in 1973, the Mr. International in 1974 as well as winning the Mr. World again and the placing 2nd at the 1975 Mr. Olympia competing in the light-weight division, he also placed 2nd at the IFBB Pro Mr. Universe in the same year.

Ed placed 3rd at the 1976 IFBB Mr. Olympia and 2nd at the 1977 IFBB Mr. Olympia, then he went down to 4th place a year later in the 1978 Mr. Olympia. Ed continued to compete at least 4 times a year but he never got a higher placing than that.

In 1981 Ed placed 13th at the Mr. Olympia and then 14th at the 1983 Mr. Olympia. He placed 4th in the 1989 Super Bowl of Bodybuilding PBA but nothing was going to stop Ed Corney and after two serious heart attacks he entered and won the Masters IFBB Mr. Olympia in 1994 at the age of 61.

In 1995 Ed Corney won the Masters Mr. Olympia again and placed second at the Masters Mr. Olympia in 1997, he competed for the last time in 1998 where he placed 10th competing at the IFBB Arnold Classic. Ed Corney was listed in the IFBB Hall Of Fame in 2004.

Ed Corney used Rheo H Blair protein which he would make into pudding. He would also take Blair's amino acids between meals and right after his workouts.

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