2009-09-04 / Community

Gym owner goes big at national competition


HEAVY METAL—Larry Pollock, co-owner of Body Temple Gym in Camarillo, at left, pulled 601 pounds in the dead lift event at the  United  States  Powerlifting  Federation’s  National Powerlifting Championship in LaMirada, Calif., in early July. Pollock took first place and set a world record in his age and weight division—the 242-pound masters division for men 40 to 44 years old. Jarred Roberts, a client at Body Temple, benchpressed 622.8 pounds during the competition to win the open men’s  308-pound  division  and  qualify  for  the  USPF World Championships in Las Vegas in November. Pollock said the gym, at 3316 Maya Linda, will host the USPF California State Power lifting Championship Dec. 12. Photo courtesy CSS Photo Design HEAVY METAL—Larry Pollock, co-owner of Body Temple Gym in Camarillo, at left, pulled 601 pounds in the dead lift event at the United States Powerlifting Federation’s National Powerlifting Championship in LaMirada, Calif., in early July. Pollock took first place and set a world record in his age and weight division—the 242-pound masters division for men 40 to 44 years old. Jarred Roberts, a client at Body Temple, benchpressed 622.8 pounds during the competition to win the open men’s 308-pound division and qualify for the USPF World Championships in Las Vegas in November. Pollock said the gym, at 3316 Maya Linda, will host the USPF California State Power lifting Championship Dec. 12. Photo courtesy CSS Photo Design

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