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Muscle Control by Maxick

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!
Legacy of Iron: The 1,000 Pound Total by Brooks Kubik

Volume 3, of the Legacy of Iron series, takes you into the summer of 1940 during the fierce competition between Steve Stanko, and World Champion, John Davis to be the first to total 1,000 lbs. in the 3 Olympic lifts. There are a lot of training methods explained for you to add to your routines. Read More!
The Development of Physical Power by Arthur Saxon

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!