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The amateur wrestler is, by far, the best conditioned athlete on the planet! This book is a must, not only for the wrestler, but for the ultimate fighter and coach who supervises such training routines. The most sought after book on physical conditioning for wrestling ever published! Read More!
When writing this course, the author called on all of his years of self-experimentation, research on himself and others, and experience. It was originally designed to assist athletic coaches. It is a must-read for athletes who want to integrate an optimum lifting program with their seasonal sport without being overworked. Read More!
The most popular and successful weight training course ever written, with proven methods of muscle culture. It contains a wealth of bodybuilding information the author gathered over a 40 year period of study, research and experiment. Complete details on exercise for muscle building and nutrition. 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!