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Four complete training programs designed to guide the pupil from start to finish in his quest for physical perfection. All-round training and conditioning; adding bulk and body weight by changing the metabolism; shaping for perfect proportions and muscular separation. Read More!
Originally published in 1930. A mammoth contribution to the strength world by the famous weightlifting pioneer Mark Berry. Thirty chapters on training with barbells, dumbbells and kettlebells to build a rugged physique. Complete Bar Bell Course; The Five International Lifts; The Bent Press; etc. 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 throughout his strongman career. Read More!