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The author interpreted a number of health related Biblical passages and discovered Samson had a diet regimen, which had scientific reasons behind it--a method which, when viewed in the light of what we know today--will enable the average man to accomplish levels of strength that may even surpass those of ancient times. Read More!
Originally published in England in 1926, this book was accepted the world over as the text-book of technical instruction of the Iron Game. Pullum overcame tuberculosis and went on to become winner of 15 Championships, 50 Gold Medals, and breaker of 200 official World’s and British Weight-Lifting Records. Read More!
Originally published in 1932, the author explains: Secret Methods of Music Hall Strong Men, card tearing, supporting weight, lifting human weight, chain breaking, bending and snapping iron bars, resisting the pull of 12 men; The Art of Full Contraction; The Boxer’s Training System; Self-Resistance Exercises; etc! Read More!
Here's volume 5 in the Legacy of Iron Series. It continues the action shortly after Pearl Harbor and through the height of World War II including the Senior Nationals and Mr. America. The author gives you the feeling that you are there while reading about the weightlifting and bodybuilding contest results. Read More!