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By Will Harris as told to Larry Pepe “When I won the heavyweight class at the 2004 USA, I knew that I had to gain more muscle to climb the pro ladder. The judges were very complimentary about my genetic shape, tiny waist and wide back and delts, so for me it was just a matter of getting bigger all over while maintaining my symmetry.” And in the three years since that USA win at a bodyweight of 225 pounds, “Big” Will Harris has done exactly what he set out to

Every sport has those special moments in its history that fans and experts alike look back on and realize how that accomplishment or event somehow changed things. The benefit of hindsight often allows us a level of clarity that escapes the moment. It would be easy to cite the obvious moments…Lee Haney, Ronnie Coleman and Lenda Murray scoring eight Olympias. Wheeler, Levrone, Atwood and Heath winning their pro debuts. Jay slaying Ronnie as he chased true bodybuilding immortality at the 2006 Olympia. And the list goes on. But bodybuilding is

Superman. The man of steel. The mystique of the comic book hero that became a mainstay on the television sets of millions would be a lot to live up to for most mortals. But not for bodybuilding’s self-proclaimed Superman, Lee Priest. Unlike most nicknames that are a passing fancy, Lee’s fascination with his alter ego is for real. With the famous “S” insignia tattooed on his shoulder, an “S”  ring on his finger, an “S” charm hanging around his neck and a houseful of Superman collectibles, Priest has truly established