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This book offers 50 different workouts, including Total Body Workouts, Specialization Programs, Combined Dumbbell/Barbell Routines, etc., for building the all important stabilizer muscles, powerful arms and shoulders, and developing a gorilla grip. Read More!
Anyone who trains knows that the more productive your workouts are, the faster and greater your results will be. That’s why everyone is on the lookout for a routine that is really productive. This book offers a whopping 50 different workout routines for trainees at all levels of strength. Read More!
The only man to ever officially bent press 300 lbs. with the left arm! After studying the methods used by Arthur Saxon and spending hours of trial and error, he reveals the secrets, tricks, right and wrong styles, what worked best for him, and training programs. Read More!