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Here's the full and authentic story of the man who many authorities consider the greatest strongman of all time. Hermann Goerner was a giant of a man, weighing as much as 290 lb. Learn his unbelievable lifts, methods and secrets of how he developed his great strength. Read More!
Ever wonder why repetitions are grouped together into "sets"? Has anyone ever explained why they use “reps” and “sets” in their training, or which exercises should have high reps or sets and which ones should have low reps or sets? Well, here's the answer! Read More!
In 1936, the author laid out three courses that focused on heavy compound barbell movements using only barbells, dumbbells and kettlebells. These methods added muscular body weight and developed great strength with men like John Grimek, Joseph Hise, Roger Eells and Wm Boone in a relatively short period of time. Read More!