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Learn the secrets taken from the private journal that created this Olympic weightlifting champion so that, you too, can reach your fullest potential in physical achievement. Read about his exercises, unique personal nutritional background, and discover what he found to be the best high protein and vegetable sources. Read More!
Here we have the colorful life of the most famous and beloved of all Scottish strongmen, Donald Dinnie. A most extraordinary strongman and, arguably, the FIRST professional athlete. Although a champion in both wrestling and feats of strength, it was the Highland Games that catapulted Dinnie to fame and fortune. Read More!
The most talked about book ever written for the weight training world! Finally, a weight training book written for the serious, no nonsense trainee who wants to stop wasting time and start seeing and feeling results from his hard work. Intellectual, inspirational, motivational...it’s all here, from the man who set the Iron Game on its’ ear! Read More!
Ever questioned why repetitions are grouped together into "sets"? Has anyone ever explained to you why they use “reps” and “sets” in their training? Or, has anyone ever explained which exercises should have high reps or sets and which ones should have low reps or sets? Well, here's the answer! Read More!