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The long awaited biography of the one of the most famous competitors in the history of American Olympic Weightlifting. Learn about his life, how he actually trained, his National, World and Olympic records, Championships, and the day he lifted the ponderous Apollon wheels. Read More!
Another Bosco How-To-Do-It Book devoted to developing huge muscular arms and shoulders!. It includes Three Complete Arm and Shoulder Training Programs including practical information that will make your arm training more productive! Illustrated with photos of some of the most muscular arms. Read More!
Volume 5 of the Legacy of Iron series, begins on December 7th 1941 when the United States entered WW II. The war demanded a massive, all out effort from every citizen and the men and women of the York Barbell Company lead the charge. You’ll read the kinds of training routines used with whatever was at hand. 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!