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Originally published in 1908 and by 1940, after 21 editions, was the largest selling book on physical culture ever! Hackenschmidt was The World’s Strongest Man and World’s Champion catch-as-catch-can wrestler. He explains his life, nutrition, method of exercise with barbell and dumbbell training. 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!
It’s no secret, with today’s increased sedentary work life, everyone, without exception, needs to increase their flexibility. If you participate in sports, it is vital that you include stretching as well as warming up. This 20th Anniversary Revised Edition has helped people of all ages, sizes, and levels of fitness increase their flexibility and stay in shape. Read More!
Most people would agree, Alan Calvert had more original innovative, result producing, ideas on weight lifting than any other man of the early twentieth century. Founder and owner of Milo Bar Bell Co. in 1902 and editor and publisher of Strength magazine. Considered one of the best books of all time and, in its day, the proverbial “barbell bible”. Read More!