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Here’s vol. 2 of Legacy of Iron. The saga continues during the golden years of weightlifting. Big time lifters like Grimek, Stanko and Davis go toe to toe to see who takes the title of the strongest man! Read about famous bodybuilder, John Grimek. His win in the Senior Nationals and record Military Press! Read More!
Learn the secret methods that “Hercules” of the screen, and 3 Time Mr. Universe, Reg Park, used to develop his 19 inch muscular arms. This course provides THREE 6 week training routines including 21 different exercises for the arms! A GREAT companion volume to “A Big Chest for You” by Reg Park! Read More!
The weakest link, not only in physical training, but in your everyday activities, is the strength of your hands and forearms. Surprisingly, the forearms respond very quickly to the right kind of exercise. Learn from four of the greatest masters of grip and forearm strength, today! Edward Aston, Michael Brown, Thomas Inch, and George Jowett. Read More!
A follow up to the world famous York Barbell and Dumbbell Courses. These methods were developed by many of the lifting champions of “The York Barbell Club”, such as, John Grimek, John Davis, Steve Stanko, Tommy Kono, Norb Schemansky, Clyde Emerick, etc. Read More!