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Learn the secrets taken from the private journal that created this Olympic weightlifting champion so that, you too, can reach your fullest potential in physical achievement. Read about his exercises, unique personal nutritional background, and discover what he found to be the best high protein and vegetable sources. Read More!
Originally published in England in 1926, this book was accepted the world over as the text-book of technical instruction of the Iron Game. Pullum overcame tuberculosis and went on to become winner of 15 Championships, 50 Gold Medals, and breaker of 200 official World’s and British Weight-Lifting Records. Read More!
The author trained up to over 300 lbs. of solid muscle and back down to 190 lbs. of cut up muscle! You, too, can discover how to control your muscular body weight at most any poundage desired. This book is very popular with those who want honest, result producing information needed for results. 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!