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Eddie Moyzan is no ordinary man. His incredible physique, seemingly superhuman strength and boyish charm are just some of the attributes that make this man unique and noteworthy. Look below to learn more about Eddie.
General
Hometown: Allentown, PA
Birthdate: 12-30-72
Height: 5'11"
Weight, contest: 230-240 lbs.
Weight, off season: 270 lbs.+
Inspiration: Comic book muscle (Eddie once avidly collected Marvel comics.)

Personal Lifting Feats
Squat: 800 lbs. for a single
Flat Bench Press: 600 lbs. for a single
Incline Barbell Press: 495 lbs. for 8 reps
Seated Shoulder Press: 405 lbs. for 15 reps*
Bent Over Rows: 405 lbs. for 12 reps*
Barbell Curls: 185 lbs. for 10-12 reps, 225 lbs. for ? reps*
Weighted Dips: 600 lbs. for ? reps*

1986-1990
Eddie is a high school student. He excels in track and field and wrestling, and he teaches himself gymnastics (In his early 20's he is able to do five consecutive back handsprings!).* 

1990
Eddie begins weight training as a senior in high school. He is 5'10" and weighs 180 lbs.*

1991
Nineteen year old Eddie has gained over 30 solid lbs. of muscle and now has 22" arms! He achieves a bench press of 405 lbs. for 8-10 reps.*

1995
Eddie participates in his first bodybuilding contest, The Keystone Classic.*

1997
Eddie wins the NPC Pennsylvania State Championship.

1998
Eddie gains national exposure in a segment on ESPN's "American Muscle." The segment features him training with young bodybuilder Mark Erpelding.

1999
July 31 - Eddie participates in his first national competition, taking 12th in the Superheavyweight division at the NPC USA. Go to 1999 NPC USA Photographs.

2000
May 20 - Eddie showcases his bulky off-season physique at the IFBB Night of Champions. He attends with training partner Chris Niemczyk. Go to 2000 Night of Champions Photographs.
October 22 - Eddie makes an appearance at the Mr. Olympia Expo. After being interviewed by GMV Productions, he takes off his shirt and pants to perform an impromptu posing routine for scores of onlookers. Go to 2000 Mr. Olympia Expo Photographs.
November 11 - Eddie takes an impressive 3rd in the Superheavyweight division at the nation's largest amateur bodybuilding contest, the NPC Nationals. Go to 2000 NPC Nationals Photographs.

2001
July - Eddie is featured in Max Sports & Fitness Magazine in an article entitled "The Great Unknown." Go to Articles to read the full text.
July 28 - Eddie places a disappointing 13th in the Superheavyweight division at the NPC USA. Go to 2001 NPC USA Photographs.
September 8 - Eddie rebounds and places 1st in the Heavyweight division at the IFBB North American championship. Go to 2001 North American Photographs.
November 16 - Eddie places 6th in the Superheavyweight division at the NPC Nationals. Go to 2001 NPC Nationals Photographs.

2002
Eddie becomes part of the Scitec Nutrition team. In exchange for promoting their products around the country at bodybuilding events, Eddie receives sponsorship from the company. Go to Eddie & Scitec for more.
May - Eddie's bicep training article "Bi-Lines" is featured in this month's issue of Flex Magazine. Go to Articles to read the full text.
July - Eddie is profiled in this month's issue of Musclemag.
October 19 - Eddie makes an appearance at the Mr. Olympia Expo. He works at the Scitec Nutrition booth as a part of their expert team. Go to 2002 Mr. Olympia Expo Photographs.
November 9 - Eddie and the Scitec Nutrition team work the IFBB Show of Strength Expo. Go to 2002 Show of Strength Photographs.
November 23 - Eddie takes 4th place in the Superheavyweight division at the NPC Nationals in Dallas. Go to 2002 NPC Nationals Photographs.

Timeline Credits: Facts denoted with a * are taken from the July 2002 issue of Musclemag.