Cory Everson – Ms. Olympia’s Seminar and Posing
This is DVD #1 in our series of 3 DVDs we have produced on Cory.
This video was taped at the Sheraton Hotel, Auckland, NZ on August 3rd, 1986. It was hosted by Sam Small and Mike Thompson.
Cory Everson is a “super athlete” in the true sense of the word – the women’s physique sensation of the 80’s! She was 6 times Ms. Olympia: 1984, ’85, ’86, ’87, ’88, ’89. GMV is proud to present on DVD the training wisdom and physique of Cory Everson in Seminar and Posing, assisted by Jeff Everson.
This is the seminar DVD to judge all the others against! It’s educational and entertaining throughout, and gives you the hard facts, together with humour and amusing anecdotes about bodybuilding personalities. The charisma and charm of Jeff and Cory is sheer magic and the camera captures the special way these people relate to each other and to the audience.
In the second hour of the DVD, Ms. Olympia shows, what was back then the first time on video, exactly how to strike the compulsory poses for competition. Jeff explains the muscularity and symmetry rounds, while Cory demonstrates the correct way to hit the poses. These are posing tips applicable to both males and females. Cory and Jeff stimulate questions from the audience, repeating the questions for clarity. They cover more on how to prepare a posing routine, info on steroids, bodybuilding politics, and secrets on how Cory has become the greatest women’s physique of all time.
The DVD concludes with Cory’s full guest posing routine, plus a special encore. Outstanding camerawork, with many dramatic closeups.
Photos courtesy of Mike Thompson – NUTRALIFE, and Cory Everson.
Cory Everson – Contest History
Central USA Championships – AAU, Winner
Ms Midwest – AAU, Tall, 1st
Ms Midwest – AAU, Overall Winner
North American Championships – IFBB, Overall Winner
Nationals – NPC, HeavyWeight, 1st
Nationals – NPC, Overall Winner
Olympia – IFBB, Winner
1985: Olympia – IFBB, Winner
1986: Olympia – IFBB, Winner
1987: Olympia – IFBB, Winner
1988: Olympia – IFBB, Winner
1989: Olympia – IFBB, Winner