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Considered to be the author's best book with 24 chapters including his life story, why home training is best; the truth about exercise; defining the mystery of strength; the science of weight lifting; etc. Plus photos of famous strong men. A monumental masterpiece sure to thrill anyone who loves to lift weights! Read More!
The author interpreted a number of health related Biblical passages and discovered Samson had a diet regimen, which had scientific reasons behind it--a method which, when viewed in the light of what we know today--will enable the average man to accomplish levels of strength that may even surpass those of ancient times. Read More!
Paul Anderson is considered the FIRST power lifter and is the first athlete to successfully use the bench press, dead lift, and squat to build strength for the Olympic lifts, these instructions and accompanying pictures are a must for all who want to better themselves in power lifting. This book has often been hailed as "the most complete power lifting course ever written." Read More!