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Mr. Deadlift himself tells of the unique training methods that he used to establish a world record deadlift. Discover his views on power rack training. The value of keeping notes and records. Learn about the training systems and methods that he tried, which ones worked and which ones didn't. 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!
The weakest link, not only in physical training, but in your everyday activities, is the strength of your hands and forearms. Surprisingly, the forearms respond very quickly to the right kind of exercise. Learn from four of the greatest masters of grip and forearm strength, today! Edward Aston, Michael Brown, Thomas Inch, and George Jowett. Read More!