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New! Ever train and not gain? Hit “sticking points” or plateaus? Well, there’s got to be a reason. But before you can correct a problem, you must know what it is. The author spent 43 years researching and 7 years writing this book. He explains the secret to overcoming sticking points known to only three men in the last hundred years! Read More!
Originally written and published in 1974, this book, unlike any other, became an instant, overnight, best seller. The author's no nonsense approach to productive, progressive weight training exercise, has placed him at or near the top of the list for all time most popular authors. Read More!
Four complete training programs designed to guide the pupil from start to finish in his quest for physical perfection. All-round training and conditioning; adding bulk and body weight by changing the metabolism; shaping for perfect proportions and muscular separation. 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!