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Amaze your friends and family by learning the secrets of how to perform over 190 tests, tricks and feats of the strongman trade! Break coins, horse-shoes and chains; tear phone-books, cards and tennis-balls; bend spikes; one-arm and one-finger chinning; etc! Read More!
When muscles are under control of the mind, they not only develop more completely, but are able to put forth far more effort in strength because the effort is based on the strength of the will. Muscle control relaxes the entire body and saves nervous energy caused by nervous tension. This course explains in depth all the popular controls. Read More!
Weak wrists and grip, due to poor forearm development, diminishes your lifting power. 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!