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Download Vintage Bullworker Wallcharts 

 April 10, 2020

By  NickLitten

The Corona Virus Quarantine has people digging out their Bullworkers and getting their pump on.

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I only know this because, while running some plugin updates on this blog site I noticed, with a wry smile, that 80+ people visited my old Bullworker Wallchart Download page in just the last week!

So, after some stretching, breathing and isometric delving into my old archive server folders I found some wonderful old variants of the Bullworker Training Wallchart through several decades.

The isometric exercises remain the same, and will be just as effective on a Bully from the sixties as it would be on a modern isometric device.

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“The Bullworker was invented by Gert F. Kolbel who studied the workings of the human body for over ten years. These exercises were personally developed by Herr Koebel, and the principle on which they are based is known as Isometric Contraction. Using Isometric Contraction you can build up and strengthen more than 300 of your 500 basic muscles.”

So these old bully wall charts are kind of fun, and they’ve inspired me to go and dig my old Bullworkers out of my storage boxes. I had around 15 different versions before I moved house last year, some of them were prototypes. Could be interesting to do some exercise videos with them.

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Just think of my plump old programmer body grunting and straining to stretch, pull, push and flex. There is your scary image of the day. You are welcome.

Me in a moment of isometric hilarity

These charts are all downloadable and print in pretty reasonable quality.

Enjoy!

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Bullworker Muscle Built Wallchart

I know nothing about this chart apart from it (obviously) black and white so I’m guessing it’s from the 1960’s?

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Vintage Muscle Built

Bullworker In the Seventies

Ahhh, the seventies was a wonderful time of masculine hairy chests, flowing lion manes and (presumably) working out while wearing Hai Karate aftershave was a must:

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The Golden Age of Bullworker

Bullworker In the Eighties

Some call the 1980’s “the decade that fashion forget” but I call it “the decade that Bullworker went full lycra”

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Lycratastic

I’ve found a chart for both the lycra boys and the lycra girls πŸ™‚

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Bully for the Lycra Boys
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… and of course something for the ladies

Bullworker In the Nineties and Noughties

After the huge success of Bullworker in the seventies and Eighties the isometric fitness craze took a slightly lower trajectory in the 1990’s. A few cheap replicas appeared (I wont advertise them now because sadly a couple of them are still out there selling on various websites). Suffice to say, construction quality is way lower than the real deal.

This is the early Bullworker training wall chart from BULLWORKER UK.

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This was later revised into the yellow format which I think is my favourite:

Bullworker Exercise Wallchart

So I hope that helps you isometric folks out there in the Bullworker Community.

I have some other training guides and some archived advertising posters in various PDF formats… if there is any interest, leave a comment below and I can scan them and stick them online? πŸ™‚

NickLitten


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    • You are very welcome! By coincidence, I just found an old box of prototype Bullworkers (from when I worked for Bullworker UK back in 2005. I’ve been lugging this box around the planet for years.. I might have to take some pictures and write a blog about them πŸ˜‰

  • Thanks for creating link to download the Bullworker chart.
    I found my old bullworker which is around 37 years old but still in good condition.

  • Very grateful for the Bullworker workout sheets – thank you. Like so many people, I have ‘found’ my (very) old Bullworker and now need to follow the workout instructions. In my younger days, the Bullworker really did help to improve my fitness level; I’m trusting it will do the same in my older days!

  • I bought my first Bullwoker in 1976-new. In the intervening years I have gone though 3 more used units until each broke. At age 83 I am using a woman’s model which I still find beneficent.

  • I bought my first and only bullworker at the age of 14 here in Australia I’m 67 and it still going strong I recently cleaned out my wardrobe and found the original box it came in. I do a little bit every morning hoping to live a long and active life ,thanks to the bullworkerπŸ‘

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