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The amateur wrestler is, by far, the best conditioned athlete on the planet! This book is a must, not only for the wrestler, but for the ultimate fighter and coach who supervises such training routines. The most sought after book on physical conditioning for wrestling ever published! 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!
Paul Anderson is considered the FIRST power lifter and is the first athlete to successfully use the bench press, dead lift, and squat to build strength for the Olympic lifts, these instructions and accompanying pictures are a must for all who want to better themselves in power lifting. This book has often been hailed as "the most complete power lifting course ever written." Read More!
Your gripping powers depend upon the strength of your forearms. With weak wrists, due to poor forearm development, your lifting powers are sadly diminished—you need to build up that weak link in your Chain of Strength. The author details the unusual grip training exercises he discovered and used throughout his strongman career. Read More!