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Here we have the colorful life of the most famous and beloved of all Scottish strongmen, Donald Dinnie. A most extraordinary strongman and, arguably, the FIRST professional athlete. Although a champion in both wrestling and feats of strength, it was the Highland Games that catapulted Dinnie to fame and fortune. Read More!
Anyone who has ever trained knows that the more productive your workouts are, the faster and greater your results will be. That’s why everyone who trains is always on the lookout for a routine that is really, really productive. Well, here’s a book that offers a whopping 50 different workout routines for trainees at all levels of strength. Read More!
The author won the title “America’s Strongest Man” in a contest held by Bernarr Macfadden in 1922. He was a world renowned strongman featured month after month in Alan Calvert’s “Strength” magazine, books, and courses. Learn complete relaxation and concentration to enable you to control every muscle of your body. Read More!
The FIRST book by Thomas Inch became an overnight best seller! It reveals, for the first time, the secrets of how he developed his unbeatable strength while a traveling strongman. It explains how to: train for record lifts; lift, hold-out and press, etc.; raise a man with one hand; etc. Read More!