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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 written from 1991 through 1997. These articles originally appeared in Hardgainer, Milo, and The Iron Master, and are now presented together. Read More!
The best selling book on building muscular bulk and power for functional strength. Pack on slabs of functional muscle with this basic, no nonsense training information. Based on the time tested 20-rep squat, these short and intense workouts will give you fast results without drugs, machines or expensive food supplements. Read More!
A best selling treatise on grip exercise and the bench press, this is a product of the author's fascination with how the old-timers developed 16" forearms and enormous coin bending grip strength! Brown views his gym as his laboratory where he loves to experiment with different theories, embracing the methods that work and discarding the ones that don’t. Read More!
Volume 3, of the Legacy of Iron series, takes you into the summer of 1940 during the fierce competition between Steve Stanko, and World Champion, John Davis to be the first to total 1,000 lbs. in the 3 Olympic lifts. There are a lot of training methods explained for you to add to your routines. Read More!