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Originally published as a monthly magazine series in Bob Hoffman's "Strength and Health" in the 1960’s, this book covers every topic in your quest for getting bigger and stronger. Bulk, definition, diet, breathing squats, parallel dips, The Get Big Drink, etc. Read More!
Learn how oldtimers trained with courses shipped with Alan Calvert’s Milo Bar Bells. His books, courses, equipment, and "Strength" magazine were the last word in weightlifting in America from 1902-1935. If you lifted weights, you probably owned a Milo and were following Calvert’s famous Milo Bar Bell Courses! Read More!
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!