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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!
When muscles are under control of the mind, they not only develop more completely, but are able to put forth far more effort in strength because the effort is based on the strength of the will. Muscle control relaxes the entire body and saves nervous energy caused by nervous tension. This course explains in depth all the popular controls. Read More!
Harold Ansorge is the only man to ever officially bent press 300 lbs. with the left arm! After studying the methods used by Arthur Saxon and spending hours of trial and error, the author has revealed what worked best for him. He analyzes the bent press, explains the secrets, tricks, right and wrong styles, complete training programs, etc. Read More!
When writing this course, the author called on all of his years of self-experimentation, research on himself and others, and experience. It was originally designed to assist athletic coaches. It is a must-read for athletes who want to integrate an optimum lifting program with their seasonal sport without being overworked. Read More!