Bob Gajda, PhD. Bodybuilding’s only Triple Crown Winner

In 1966 Bob Gajda achieved what no other person ever has, by winning the three biggest bodybuilding competitions Mr. USA, Mr. America and Mr. Universe in the same year.

How did he build such an incredible physique? With the Peripheral Heart Action system of circuit training that he developed and legends of the sport including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sergio Oliva put to use in gyms from Chicago to Muscle Beach.

Bob has been inducted into the World Body Building Guild (WBBG) International Fitness Hall of Fame as well as the National Fitness Hall of Fame and The Association of Oldetime Barbell & Strongmen (AOBS) Hall of Fame.

This level of accomplishment would have been enough for most people. Not Bob. Applying a PhD in Kinesiological Studies and his Total Body Training philosophy, he founded Gajda Health Plus Network. Gajda is the Executive Director and a leader in the corrective therapeutic movement.

“At Gajda Health Plus Network, our primary mission is to transform weakness to wellness, and potential to performance,” said Gajda. “This is accomplished by incorporating advances in science, medicine, rehabilitation and training to overall health. Our services have appeal to both team and individual sport participants as they focus on injury prevention, conditioning and core strength.”

Gajda Health Plus Network offers a wide variety of services including, physical therapy, total body training, personal training, chiropractic care, pain management, podiatry and sports medicine. Additional approaches to wellness include massage therapy, acupuncture, deep tissue hot stone therapy, herbal healing and nutritional counseling. Over the years, Gajda has worked with professional body builder Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chicago Bears greats Jim McMahon and Gary Fencik, tennis legends John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors, and New York Yankee Eric Soderholm.

Bob Gajda is also a noted author and holds a number of patents on fitness, exercise and rehabilitation products. In the community, he has served as a Director of the American Cancer Society and Assistant Director of the Robert Crown Center for Health and Education.

Professional affiliations include American College of Sports Medicine, American School Health Association, American Corrective Therapy Association, Institute of General Semantics and the American Kinesiotherapy Association. He was named Kinesiotherapist of the Year in 1987 by the American Kinesiotherapy Association.

“I’ve been using supplements for over fifty years, and they definitely helped me to win the Mr. America and Mr. Universe titles. As a therapist, I have seen their beneficial effects upon my patients,”  Said Gajda. “Pharmaceutical purity and guaranteed potency are key factors in my decision to support ARIIX. I expect nothing less for personal use and for use in my health practice.”

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