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The York Advanced Methods of Weight Training by Bob Hoffman

A follow up to the world famous York Barbell and Dumbbell Courses. These methods were developed by many of the lifting champions of “The York Barbell Club”, like, John Grimek, John Davis, Steve Stanko, Tommy Kono, Norb Schemansky, Clyde Emerick, etc. Read More!
Progressive Resistance Exercise by Delorme and Watkins

Ever wonder why repetitions are grouped together into "sets"? Has anyone ever explained why they use “reps” and “sets” in their training, or which exercises should have high reps or sets and which ones should have low reps or sets? Well, here's the answer! Read More!
Development of Strength by Harry B. Paschall

The companion volume that takes up where the enormously popular Muscle Moulding leaves off by telling HOW to Build a Superman Physique with Inside Secrets of the Stars of the Strength World. Full of beautiful photos of the greatest Lifters. Read More!

 

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