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BROOKS KUBIK'S OLD SCHOOL STRENGTH TRAINING Q AND A



Face it - everyone who trains has training questions. And often, it's hard to find the answers.

At least, hard to answers that make sense - or that come from someone who actually knows what he's talking about - from someone who actually trains - from someone you trust - and from someone who's been helping trainees discover the way to big gains in strength, muscle and might for longer than most of the "experts" have been alive. I started writing for Stuart McRobert's Hardgainer magazine way back in the early 1990's - and as soon as my first article appeared I began getting letters from trainees around the world - asking questions about how to train for maximum results.

After I published Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development in 1996, the number of questions went right through the roof - and when the Internet arrived one year later, the number of questions sky-rocketed. In other words, I've been answering questions about strength training and muscle building for a very long time.

Over the years, I've noticed that the same questions pop up over and over again. I've also realized that if ONE trainee has a particular question and asks me about it, the odds are good that thousands of trainees have the very same question.

And I've also realized that questions and answers are one of the very best ways to help teach real-world, no-nonsense, old-school strength training and muscle building. It's a lot like hitting a hard workout together, and giving you a series of hands-on training tips through the entire session - followed by a great post workout dinner here at Dinosaur Headquarters, where you can ask me anything and everything about old-school, Dino-style strength training and muscle building.

One of our longtime Dinos used to know Doug Hepburn. He used to buy Doug a cup of coffee every morning, just so he could sit down and talk training with the World Champion. I'd love to be able to do the very same thing with each of you - sit down over a cup of coffee and talk training. Of course, that's impossible - so I've done the next best thing by starting this exciting new series of courses.

So pour yourself a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and sit down - because it's time to talk old-school strength training and muscle building. Yours in Strength,
Brooks Kubik P.S. Because some of you prefer Kindle books, and others prefer hard-copy or PDF editions, we're offering this new course in your choice of all 3 editions. The hard-copy edition includes shipping and handling based on where we'll be shipping your course. Shipping for hard-copy courses will be by USPS First Class Mail.

Brooks Kubik's Old-School Strength Training Q and A Vol. 1


Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Should I wear boots for ankle support while doing squats?

2. What can I do to keep my "T" levels healthy and high?

3. How can I break though a sticking point on pull-ups?

4. Did the old-timers train to muscular failure?

5. If you can't do squats, what should you do for your lower body?

6. Where can I find the proper strength coefficient for a 70-year old lifter (or a lifter of any age)?

7. Is extremely hard training unhealthy for older trainees?

8. How can I break through a sticking point in one of my exercises?

9. How long should a workout last?

10. What do you think about parallel dips, particularly for older trainees? Are they safe, or should I stick to other movements?

11. Should I do 5 x 5 or heavy singles to train the military press?

12. When I add weight to my working sets, do I also add weight to my warm-up sets?

13. Why do so many coaches and trainers think that works for a 20 or 30 year old will work for a 60 year old?

14. Do low rep sets build muscle mass, or are they only good for building strength and power?

15. The seven most common questions about the deadlift.

The Wrap-Up

BROOKS KUBIK'S OLD SCHOOL STRENGTH
TRAINING Q AND A - Vol. I (HARD COPY)

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