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In 1936, the author laid out three courses that focused on heavy compound barbell movements using only barbells, dumbbells and kettlebells. These methods added muscular body weight and developed great strength with men like John Grimek, Joseph Hise, Roger Eells and Wm Boone in a relatively short period of time. Read More!
His original, 1927 edition, 6 month, 12 lesson, mail order physical culture course using body weight and adjustable plate loading dumbbells. The same course that sent shock waves through the golden era of bodybuilding and weightlifting in the 30’s and 40’s when George F. Jowett meant heavy lifting and bodybuilding! Read More!
Originally published in 1930. A mammoth contribution to the strength world by the famous weightlifting pioneer Mark Berry. Thirty chapters on training with barbells, dumbbells and kettlebells to build a rugged physique. Complete Bar Bell Course; The Five International Lifts; The Bent Press; etc. Read More!
Originally published in England in 1925 This marvelous training manual contains the how-to of 50 separate exercises and offers the training routines of 6 champions trained by the author. Great Strength; Corrective Exercises; Strength, Speed and Balance Exercises; Advice on Training;
Technique of the 44 BAWLA Recognized Lifts. Read More!