L.M. Littrell – Strength Magazine – July, 1915

In my editorial in this number I stated that my advanced pupils were developing a certain type of physique. Of this type Littrell is an excellent
example. Measurements alone are no indication of physical perfection. In considering a man’s build you have to take into consideration the relative proportions of his trunk, arms and legs. Mr. Littrell gives a great impression of combined strength and activity; no one part is developed at the expense of the rest of his body.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas