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After becoming Britain’s Strongest Man in 1910, the author befriended Arthur Saxon and learned a great deal. Here are instructions on how to do the: Bent Press; One-Hand Anyhow; One-Hand Clean Lift; Barbell and Kettlebell Lift; One-Handed Jerk; Two-Handed Clean Barbell Lift; Two-Hands Anyhow; etc. Read More!
Here it is! The training manual all you "body-weight" exercise trainees have been waiting for! Want to develop a powerful upper body? Want to amaze your friends, relatives and passersby? Kick-up into a handstand! I’ll guarantee you that everyone will stop and stare! All you need is you, gravity and the floor! 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!
Here we have the colorful life of the most famous and beloved of all Scottish strongmen, Donald Dinnie. A most extraordinary strongman and, arguably, the FIRST professional athlete. Although a champion in both wrestling and feats of strength, it was the Highland Games that catapulted Dinnie to fame and fortune. Read More!