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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 Classic! Read More!
The FIRST book by Thomas Inch became an overnight best seller! It reveals, for the first time, the secrets of how he developed his unbeatable strength while a traveling strongman. It explains how to: train for record lifts; lift, hold-out and press, etc.; raise a man with one hand; etc. Read More!
Volume 5 of the Legacy of Iron Series, continues shortly after Pearl Harbor, through the height of WWII including the Senior Nationals and Mr. America. It gives you the feeling that you are there reading about the weightlifting and bodybuilding contest results. Read More!