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Here's volume 5 in the Legacy of Iron Series. It continues the action shortly after Pearl Harbor and through the height of World War II including the Senior Nationals and Mr. America. The author gives you the feeling that you are there while reading about the weightlifting and bodybuilding contest results. 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!
The author trained up to over 300 lbs. of solid muscle and back down to 190 lbs. of cut up muscle! You, too, can discover how to control your muscular body weight at most any poundage desired. This book is very popular with those who want honest, result producing information needed for results. Read More!
One of the classics among strength training publications. In fact, the training methods found here are often referred to time and time again by all the best authors of serious strength training publications, even to this day! This is a revised and edited edition of the original six courses, in an improved, easier to read, format. Read More!