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The famous name Thomas Inch brings to mind one thing, grip strength. He made a name for himself by offering a prize of £200 to anyone in the world who could lift his "unliftable" Challenge Dumbbell. Many a strength athlete tried and all of them failed. After a time, and numerous requests, Inch wrote down his training methods. Read More!
The author interpreted a number of health related Biblical passages and discovered Samson had a diet regimen, which had scientific reasons behind it--a method which, when viewed in the light of what we know today--will enable the average man to accomplish levels of strength that may even surpass those of ancient times. 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!