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Learn how the oldtimers trained with the same courses shipped with Alan Calvert’s famous Milo Bar Bells. His books, courses, equipment, and Strength magazine were the last word in weightlifting in North America from 1902 to 1935. In fact, if you lifted weights, you probably owned a Milo and were following Calvert’s world famous Milo Bar Bell Courses! Read More!
The weakest link, not only in physical training, but in your everyday activities, is the strength of your hands and forearms. Surprisingly, the forearms respond very quickly to the right kind of exercise. Learn from four of the greatest masters of grip and forearm strength, today! Edward Aston, Michael Brown, Thomas Inch, and George Jowett. Read More!
After becoming Britain’s Strongest Man in 1910, the author befriended Arthur Saxon and learned a great deal. Here are instructions on how to do the: Bent Press; One-Hand Anyhow; One-Hand Clean Lift; Barbell and Kettlebell Lift; One-Handed Jerk; Two-Handed Clean Barbell Lift; Two-Hands Anyhow; etc. Read More!
Combine conventional exercise with Muscle Control and you will achieve a high degree of physical development, a symmetrical body, muscles that are long, agile, that ripple with every movement, muscle that will have the lightness of a tiger, speed of a panther, the strength of a Sampson! Read More!