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The first of a series of books and courses that by the most popular writer in Bob Hoffman's, Strength and Health magazine. Muscle Moulding tells how to train to get a Mr. America type physique; discusses various weight-training systems; muscle cramping, muscle spinning, concentration, rest-pause, set and series routines, etc. Read More!
The FIRST book by Thomas Inch became an overnight best seller! It reveals, for the first time, many of the secrets of how he developed his unbeatable strength which he used while a traveling strongman. It explains how to: train for record lifts; lift, hold-out and press, etc.; raise a man from the shoulder with one hand; etc. Read More!
This remarkable course of 1910, has run through countless editions. By adding muscle control to weight training, Maxick developed both the finest physique and was, pound for pound, the strongest man in the world! He describes how, with mental concentration, individual control of every muscle in the body can be developed. Read More!
Originally published in 1908 and by 1940, after 21 editions, was the largest selling book on physical culture ever! Hackenschmidt was The World’s Strongest Man and World’s Champion catch-as-catch-can wrestler. He explains his life, nutrition, method of exercise with barbell and dumbbell training. Read More!