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Secrets Of Strength

Author : Earle E. Liederman
ISBN : 9781409204756
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 46.93 MB
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Reprint of a fascinating old book that everyone who is interested in sports and athletics must read. Everything one should know about how one can gain unusually great strength, about the famous strongmen of the past and their training methods... By one of the absolutely best informed - the authentic strength training super-expert Earle Liederman.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Power To The People

Author : Pavel Tsatsouline
ISBN : 0938045199
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 25.1 MB
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How would you like to own a world class body-whatever your present condition- by doing only two exercises, for twenty minutes a day? A body so lean, ripped and powerful looking, you won't believe your own reflection when you catch yourself in the mirror. And what if you could do it without a single supplement, without having to waste your time at a gym and with only a 150 bucks of simple equipment?And how about not only being stronger than you've ever been in your life, but having higher energy and better performance in whatever you do?How would you like to have an instant download of the world's absolutely most effective strength secrets? To possess exactly the same knowledge that created world-champion athletes-and the strongest bodies of their generation?Pavel Tsatsouline's Power to the People!-Russian Strength Training Secrets for Every American delivers all of this and more.
Category: Health & Fitness

Strong As Sandow

Author : Don Tate
ISBN : 9781607348863
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 57.27 MB
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Little Friedrich Müller was a puny weakling who longed to be athletic and strong like the ancient Roman gladiators. He exercised and exercised. But he to no avail. As a young man, he found himself under the tutelage of a professional body builder. Friedrich worked and worked. He changed his name to Eugen Sandow and he got bigger and stronger. Everyone wanted to become “as strong as Sandow.” Inspired by his own experiences body-building, Don Tate tells the story of how Eugen Sandow changed the way people think about strength and exercise and made it a part of everyday life. Backmatter includes more information about Sandow, suggestions for exercise, an author’s note, and a bibliography.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction