Hector Camacho's Vida Macho
In the ring, Hector "Macho" Camacho was a champion – a dazzling, fast-footed showman in cheetah-print trunks. Out of it, he was a coke-fueled, womanizing wild man, until the appetites that consumed him cost him his life.
In the 1970s, a new breed of American man emerged from the weight rooms of Gold's Gym in Venice Beach. Led by Arnold Schwarzenegger, a clique of world-class bodybuilders – muscle-bound, steroid-fueled, bronzed like suntanned gods – pumped iron, chased girls, and changed the world's exercise culture forever.
How Hollywood's greenest star found peace.
Plus: The New Whiskey Masters
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