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This is the first of two books describing Saxon’s simple methods for developing genuine strength and power. While his methods were simple, maybe even crude, by today’s standards, he explains in detail how to do ten different lifts using barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, etc. Read More!
Opening this book of 1910 gives you the feeling you’ve opened the training manual of strongmen of yore. It’s filled with rare never before published photos of the great Arthur Saxon, world famous professional strongman and circus performer billed as, "The Strongest Man on Earth"! This IS a Classic Book! 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!
Another Bosco How-To-Do-It Book devoted to developing huge muscular arms and shoulders!. It includes Three Complete Arm and Shoulder Training Programs including practical information that will make your arm training more productive! Illustrated with photos of some of the most muscular arms. Read More!