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Amaze your friends and family by learning the secrets of how to perform over 190 tests, tricks and feats of the strongman trade! Coin, horse-shoe and chain breaking; phone-book, card and tennis-ball tearing; spike bending; apple halving; one-arm and one-finger chinning; and much, much more! Read More!
Here's the full and authentic story of the man who many authorities consider the greatest strongman of all time. Hermann Goerner was a giant of a man, weighing as much as 290 lb. This book tells of his unbelievable lifts and how he developed his great strength, giving exercises and programs as well as other training secrets. Read More!
The first of a series of books and courses that by the most popular writer in Bob Hoffman's, Strength and Health magazine. Muscle Moulding tells how to train to get a Mr. America type physique; discusses various weight-training systems; muscle cramping, muscle spinning, concentration, rest-pause, set and series routines, etc. Read More!
A follow up to the world famous York Barbell and Dumbbell Courses. These methods were developed by many of the lifting champions of “The York Barbell Club”, such as, John Grimek, John Davis, Steve Stanko, Tommy Kono, Norb Schemansky, Clyde Emerick, etc. Read More!