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THE NEW STRENGTH TRAINING BOOK BY BROOKS KUBIK! IN THE TRADITION OF DINOSAUR TRAINING -- HARD-HITTING - NO-NONSENSE - INFORMATION DENSE - YOUR KEY TO MIGHT AND MUSCLE!



In 1996, I published Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development - a book that rocked the weight-training world and became an overnight, international phenomenon.

You LOVED Dinosaur Training - but after you read it, you had one BIG COMPLAINT - and I've been hearing that complaint for the past 15 years!

You want MORE!

MORE exercises... MORE training secrets of the old-timers... MORE information about the strongest men in history - and how they really trained... MORE super-effective ways to train... MORE new and different training tools... MORE training programs... MORE grip training... MORE power rack training... MORE Iron Game history... MORE about the mental aspects of strength training and muscle building... MORE motivation... MORE Inspiration... MORE priceless information you wish you'd known when you started training... MORE ways to build REAL WORLD strength... MORE ways to pack on muscle mass... MORE information you won't find anywhere else... MORE information the mainstream muscle media doesn't want you to know... More special advice for cellar-dwellers and garage gorillas... MORE of everything you loved in Dinosaur Training! ... MORE of everything you need to know to build strength, muscle and power!

THE BOOK YOU'VE BEEN ASKING FOR!

So here's what I've done:

I've collected 28 of my favorite strength training and muscle building articles written during the period from 1991 through 1997. These articles originally appeared in Hardgainer, Milo, and The Iron Master - and they are now presented together for the very first time.

And that's not all...

I've edited, updated, and expanded the original articles - and I've included an introduction to each article that explains how it fits into the evolution of my training ideas. So even if you've seen some of these articles in the past - you've never seen them presented together - and you've never seen them in their current form. I've also written a final chapter for Strength, Muscle and Power that "ties it all together" with one of the most important pieces of training advice you'll ever see. It's something YOU NEED TO READ if you're serious about getting great results from your training program.

STRENGTH, MUSCLE and POWER is the book you've been asking for - because it covers everything you wanted me to cover!

STRENGTH, MUSCLE AND POWER
NOW AVAILABLE!


STRENGTH, MUSCLE AND POWER - Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword
Introduction

Chapter 1: Abbreviated Training Works!
Chapter 2: Power Rack Training for Advanced Gains - Part One
Chapter 3: Power Rack Training for Advanced Gains - Part Two
Chapter 4: Sensible Training for Advanced Lifters: One Man's Perspective (Part One)
Chapter 5: Sensible Training for Advanced Lifters: One Man's Perspective (Part Two)
Chapter 6: How to Design a Productive Training Program - Part One
Chapter 7: How to Design a Productive Training Program - Part Two
Chapter 8: How to Design a Productive Training Program - Part Three
Chapter 9: Rest-Pause Training, Part One
Chapter 10: Rest-Pause Training, Part Two
Chapter 11: Body Part Specialization, Part One
Chapter 12: Body Part Specialization, Part Two
Chapter 13: There Are No Hopeless Cases!
Chapter 14: In Praise of Cellar Dwellers
Chapter 15: A Hodgepodge of Training Advice
Chapter 16: Ultra-Abbreviated Strength Training Routines
Chapter 17: Simplify - Simplify - Simplify!
Chapter 18: The Essence of Strength
Chapter 19: Believe in Yourself!
Chapter 20: Scotland in a Barrel
Chapter 21: One on One with Arthur Saxon
Chapter 22: Finishers
Chapter 23: Thick Bar Training
Chapter 24: The One Hand Deadlift
Chapter 25: An Island Gym
Chapter 26: Goerner's Deadlift Variations
Chapter 27: Barbell Basics
Chapter 28: Another Abbreviated Training Program
Chapter 29: Some Closing Remarks

LOOK AT WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT IN STRENGTH, MUSCLE AND POWER!

The EXACT training program that led me to five National Bench Press Championships - while training less than three hours per week

Training programs for powerlifters

Training programs for Olympic lifters

Training programs for strongmen

Golden Age muscle building techniques

A simple trick to banish the fear of failure when you're facing a heavy weight

The two best assistance exercise for bench pressers

Secrets of super-heavy, high poundage barbell curls

Abbreviated training - why and how it works

Divided workout schedules for maximum recovery

How I moved my dumbbell press from 100-pounders to 120-pounders - without doing any presses

A critical note for Olympic lifters - ignore at your peril!

Six highly effective systems of power rack training

The best exercises for power rack training and heavy partials

Training schedules that promote maximum recovery from heavy workouts

A three-day per week power rack program that really works

The once-a-week program that put over 100 pounds on my squat

Intensity cycling

Nutrition basics for heavy lifting

Reg Park's success secret for advanced lifters

Ten keys to success for advanced trainees

The "Keep It Simple" Cycling System

How to keep your motivation burning at white-hot levels

Four super-effective training programs for advanced lifters

Ten keys to designing productive training programs for trainees at all levels of development

How to set specific training goals - and why it is CRITICAL to do so

How the right kind of training makes your muscles grow bigger and stronger - and why the wrong kind of training will make great gains utterly impossible

What World and Olympic Weightlifting Champion John Davis said about muscle-pumpers - and why he was right!

How to avoid the "Looks like Tarzan, plays like Jane" syndrome

The best exercises for every major muscle group

The best set/rep systems for serious lifters

Hard work - what it really is

The single most important factor in building strength, muscle and power

How one man built up to handling 700 to 1000 pounds in many of his exercises - and how you can do the same

How to maximize recovery and recuperation

Protecting your lower back

Step-by-step training programs for beginners

Three hard-hitting programs for intermediates

The most effective training pace for strength and power work

The forgotten training method that triggers remarkable gains when other methods fail

Important safety considerations for lifters

Six different systems of Rest-Pause Training - the classic Golden Age training technique that built tons of muscle for tens of thousands of men

Seven detailed Rest-Pause training programs

An ultra-effective "Power Bodybuilding" System

How to use heavy singles for maximum strength, power and muscle mass

How Harry Paschall put 30 pounds on his military press in 30 days

A different approach to building massive, muscular, super-powerful arms
Dinosaur-style shoulder training

The ten keys to effective specialization programs

A no-nonsense arm specialization program

A back to basics shoulder specialization program

A hard-hitting chest specialization program

Not one, but TWO hard and heavy back specialization programs

A hard work and heavy iron leg specialization program

The true story of a skinny kid with severe asthma who became a superman - and how he trained

Ten keys to physical transformation - and why the look-alike pumper programs don't even come close

Special advice for cellar-dwellers and garage gorillas

The top 10 reasons why home gym training is better than training at a commercial gym

The man with blue-gray skin - and a lesson that may save your life

How a doctor helped kill a friend and fellow lifter - and how to avoid his tragic mistake

An article that prompted a "Good job!" letter from a former World Record Holder

Ground-based training - the key to strength and power

How to get started in Olympic lifting

Cultivating the right attitude for serious training

Ultra-Abbreviated strength training routines - their history, and how to use them

The forgotten training method used by John Grimek - Joseph C. Hise - William Boone - Bob Peoples - Paul Anderson - Doug Hepburn - John Davis -- Peary Rader - and thousands of others

How John Grimek trained to compete at the very highest levels in bodybuilding and Olympic weightlifting - at the same time!

A back-to-basics two-day per week strength and bulk program

The training program that turned a skinny kid from Chicago into a National Champion and World record Holder

Reg Park's favorite strength and bulk program

The one-exercise program that helped a famous strongman gain 20 pounds of muscle and exceed the world record in his favorite lift - in something like six weeks!

Why high-tech, ultra-complex programs don't work

George Jowett's secret of super-human strength

A lifting lesson from a North Woods log-camp

The science of ligament thickening

A special program to strengthen your tendons and ligaments

The pep talk that led to a World Championship

How to harness the power of visualization

The incredible power of belief - and how it can power you to new heights of muscle and might

How to turn mind power into body power

Barrel lifting

Sandbag lifting

Arthur Saxon's Challenge to the World

Finishers - what they are, what they do for you, and how to do them

Herman Goerner's spectacular farmer's walk - a feat no other man has ever even attempted

Incredible feats of the strongest men who ever lived

Over a dozen of the best finishers

Thick bar training

Legendary feats of hand and grip strength

The one-hand deadlift

How to lift 400 pounds with one hand

The amazing barbell and squat stands workout

Deadlift variations for crushing grip strength

The secret workout that allowed Hermann Goerner to build what may have been the strongest hands in human history

A 3-day per week, "back to basics" workout for strength, power and muscle

A 3-day per week abbreviated training program for FAST gains

The single best training program ever devised - and how to make it your own

And MUCH MORE you'll never see in the glossies!


WHAT YOU WON'T SEE IN STRENGTH, MUSCLE AND POWER

Of course, no book can contain everything - not even one that weighs in at a hefty 350-plus pages.

So here's what you won't find in Strength, Muscle and power.

You won't find any booby-builder pumping programs.

You won't find any supplement ads.

You won't find any photos of models in saran-wrap or dental floss bikinis.

You won't find any of those fake sun tan lotions.

You won't find any steroids or other drugs.

You won't find anything about male-grooming products.

You won't find anything about the latest and greatest aerobics fad, the latest and greatest in designer workout clothes, or the latest and greatest in ergonomically designed water-bottles.

In fact, you won't find any of the mass-market muscle media silliness.

And you won't find any photos. Photos are great, but they're not necessary for all books. You'll be seeing other books and courses from Dino Headquarters that will feature training and exercise photos - but Strength, Muscle and Power is 100% information-packed text. Over 350 pages of information - which means it is going to have PLENTY for anyone - from rank beginners to world-class strongmen and lifters.

I want you to order Strength, Muscle and Power RIGHT NOW - without waiting another minute.

Yours in Strength,

Brooks Kubik

STRENGTH, MUSCLE AND POWER - $34.95 + s/h


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Brooks Kubik Enterprises, Inc.
P O Box 4426
Louisville, Kentucky 40204




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