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Sandbag training is simple, economical, and safe. It builds functional strength, stamina, and grip strength that helps in everyday life. The transfer value to grappling sports is phenomenal. Train at home, in a barn, your basement, or kitchen. This course contains exercises and complete workouts. 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!
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!
Mr. Deadlift himself tells of the unique training methods that he used to establish a world record deadlift. Discover his views on power rack training. The value of keeping notes and records. Learn about the training systems and methods that he tried, which ones worked for him and which ones didn't. Read More!