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Classic instruction by all the recognized world authorities both past and present.
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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!
This is Reg Park’s classic course detailing the original 5x5 training system, weight progression, diet, rest, record keeping, sticking points, limit poundages, single attempts, boredom, injuries and stress, attitude and exercises that Reg used to build his awesome size & strength. Read More!
Originally published in England in 1925 This marvelous training manual contains the how-to of 50 separate exercises and offers the training routines of 6 champions trained by the author. Great Strength; Corrective Exercises; Strength, Speed and Balance Exercises; Advice on Training;
Technique of the 44 BAWLA Recognized Lifts. Read More!
Most people would agree, Alan Calvert had more original innovative, result producing, ideas on weight lifting than any other man of the early twentieth century. Founder and owner of Milo Bar Bell Co. in 1902 and editor and publisher of Strength magazine. Considered one of the best books of all time and, in its day, the proverbial “barbell bible”. Read More!