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The sequel to "The Strength of Samson" by Michael H. Brown. In 1973 Brown was so impressed with Tucker’s knowledge of nutrition that he asked him to write a book. Two months after reading this book, he partial bench pressed (2" lockout) 1,000 lbs! Foolproof methods for gaining weight without expensive supplements. Read More!
Reg Park discusses the "multi-set system" and why it is important for intermediate and advanced bodybuilders and weightlifters. He offers his famous 3 Month Training Schedule of 10 different illustrated exercises and explains how to apply it to your current training. Read More!
I consider this book to be the follow up to "Dinosaur Training". A collection of 28 of the author’s favorite strength training and muscle building articles that originally appeared in "Hardgainer", "Milo", and "The Iron Master", from 1991 through 1997. Read More!