Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson: Strength Legend

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As the 2016 Olympic Games come to a close, we are reminded of our founder. It’s been nearly 60 years since Paul Anderson won the gold medal in weightlifting in the 1956 Olympics.  Though he became known as the world’s…

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Thomasville Times Enterprise Writes on How Paul Anderson’s Strength Changed the World

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I do not know if his records still stand, but, at one time, Paul Anderson was considered the strongest man in the world. He won a gold medal in the heavyweight division of the weight lifting competition in the 1952…

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Build Something Bigger Than Record-Setting Strength

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Paul Anderson built more than Olympic or Guiness Book of World Record fame. Paul Anderson built lives and offered hope and a second chance to youth and families.

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Faith & Fitness magazine interviewed PAYH fitness director, Bill Ingram, to gain some insight on how the legacy of Paul Anderson has shaped our fitness program today.

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Father’s Prayer

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Father’s Prayer To be a good father to those who look to me I have so often craved and yearned. And only from You, Oh Father of fathers, can this great lesson be received and successfully learned. I want to…

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Ask Me Lord

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Ask Me Lord by Paul Anderson I told the Lord I was ready to do something so great For this call from Him I would prepare, pray, and diligently wait. I said it could be anything big that He wanted…

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The Uplifting Story of Paul Anderson

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Article from 1988 Saturday Evening Post Society about Paul Anderson. He was there when the country needed him–a man possessed not only of physical greatness, but the heroic qualities of kindness and good common sense. In 1955, Americans needed a…

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PAYH Featured in Georgia Magazine

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The PAYH was recently featured in an article by Georgia Magazine. Follow this link to view or download the article.

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Mental Attitude and Preparation

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No one really knows just how powerful the mind is. I have seen people, who practice the power of positive thinking day after day, and who give me some convincing reports concerning its value. In my own life I have…

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Your Personal Battle (Growing Older)

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I would like you to take stock and answer this question: when have you tried something new? A sure sign of deciding that being past forty is well down the road toward ineffectiveness is never to tackle any additional goals…

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