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Mario da Silva

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Favorite Quote

"Health is a divine gift, and the care of the body is a sacred duty, to neglect which is to sin."
- Eugene Sandow

Biography

Hometown:
Marina Del Rey, California
Height:
5'8 ½"
Weight:
190 lbs

Mario da Silva, a former Mr. Uruguay (1968), Mr. Argentina, & 1977 Mr. World (Best Poser) is a true Golden Era bodybuilding icon who shared the stage with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Frank Zane, Franco Columbu and other icons of the sport during its “golden” years.

For decades, da Silva has been guiding health-conscious men and women in the art of “elegant” body conditioning. Rather than striving for a quick fix and relying on synthetics and steroids to build muscle or lose fat, da Silva emphasizes the importance of maintaining a balanced lifestyle and a healthy, visually pleasing physique. This includes not only a variety of exercises and activities, but the kind of values which prioritize respect and decency in all facets of daily life.

Mario has devoted his life to body elegance & health and today is still a personal trainer and an Old School Labs Brand Ambassador, which ensures that his message and legacy continue.

Career Highlights

1

Mr. Argentina - Foreign Division (1965)

2

Mr. Uruguay (1968)

3

Mr. World - Best Poser (1977)

Mario's Stack

Vintage Build™

The 3-in-1 Essential Muscle Builder

Vintage Build™

Product Rating of 4.5 Stars

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Vintage Base™

The Multivitamin With Probiotics

Vintage Base™

Product Rating of 4.5 Stars

338 Reviews on Amazon.com

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Vintage Balance™

High-Potency Omega 3-6-9

Vintage Balance™

Product Rating of 4.5 Stars

36 Reviews on Amazon.com

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Vintage Boost™

The Uncompromising Booster

Vintage Boost™

Product Rating of 4.5 Stars

392 Reviews on Amazon.com

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Vintage Burn™

World’s First Muscle-Preserving Fat Burner

Vintage Burn™

Product Rating of 4.5 Stars

3,297 Reviews on Amazon.com

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