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Originally published in England in 1925, this marvelous training manual explains how to do 50 different Great Strength, Speed and Balance exercises, the technique of the 44 BAWLA Recognized Lifts, and the advice and training routines of 6 champions trained by the author.
The first of two books describing Saxon’s simple methods for developing genuine strength & power. While his methods were simple, maybe even crude, by today’s standards, he explains in detail how to use barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, etc. Read More!
In 1926 this book was the text-book of technical instruction of the Iron Game. Pullum overcame tuberculosis and went on to become winner of 15 Championships, 50 Gold Medals, and breaker of 200 official World’s and British Weight-Lifting Records. Read More!