The Art & Science of Lifting by Thomas Inch The First Official “Britain’s Strongest Man”! After becoming Britain’s Strongest Man in 1910, Thomas Inch wrote“The Art & Science of Lifting”. Here, the veteran weight lifter, explains the different lifting styles used by the contemporary strongmen of the day. Surprisingly enough, while advocating […]Read More!
Scientific Weight Lifting by Thomas Inch The First Official “Britain’s Strongest Man”! To promote weightlifting in Great Britain, and market the tools of his strongman trade, in 1905, Thomas Inch published Scientific Weight Lifting. This, the first of his many books, became an overnight best seller with sales well over 40,000 […]Read More!
INCH Your Way to a World Class Grip With… Developing the Grip and Forearm by Thomas Inch Master of the “Unliftable” Inch Challenge Dumbbell To promote healthy competition, and a name for himself, for over 50 years, Thomas Inch would offer £200 to anyone in the world who could […]Read More!
How to Develop a Powerful Grip by Edward Aston Britain’s Strongest Man 1911-1934 Born in the village of Yeadon, Yorkshire, England, in 1884, Edward Aston started lifting weights at the age of ten.At the peak of his career he stood 5′ 7 3/4″ tall, weighed 170 lbs. and had […]Read More!
How to Bent Press Correctly by Harold Ansorge New Release! In Stock and Ready to Ship! The Only Man in the World to Ever Officially Bent Press 300 Pounds With the Left Arm! The Bent Press was the pet lift of strongmen like Arthur Saxon, Eugen Sandow, George Hackenschmidt, Thomas Inch, Siegmund Klein, and Joe Nordquest. You have probably […]Read More!