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The first of a series of books and courses by the most popular writer in Bob Hoffman's, Strength and Health magazine. It tells how to train to get a Mr. America type physique; discusses various weight-training systems; muscle cramping, muscle spinning, concentration, rest-pause, set and series routines, etc. Read More!
The amateur wrestler is, by far, the best conditioned athlete on the planet! This book is a must, not only for the wrestler, but for anyone who coaches such training routines. The most sought after book on physical conditioning for wrestling ever published! Read More!
I consider this book to be the follow up to "Dinosaur Training". A collection of 28 of the author’s favorite strength training and muscle building articles that originally appeared in "Hardgainer", "Milo", and "The Iron Master", from 1991 through 1997. Read More!