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The most complete, scientific and informative 10 lesson course on bodybuilding ever offered. Simply written, loaded with illustrations, to teach you progressive resistance training. An encyclopedia of exercises, incorporating new and original principles for maximum results. Read More!
This is the first book ever written and dedicated exclusively to the “King of Lifts” - The Bent Press. After years of learning and training with famous oldtime strongmen, the author explains The History of the Bent Press and demonstrates, with photographs, exactly How to Bent Press with a Barbell, Dumbbell, or Live Weight. Read More!
This is the first of two books describing Saxon’s simple methods for developing genuine strength and power. While his methods were simple, maybe even crude, by today’s standards, he explains in detail how to do ten different lifts using barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, etc. Read More!