John Grimek's Big Mistake!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Been getting some very interesting and
informative feedback from Dinos in re
response to the question in my earlier
email -- so thanks to everyone who
took the time to respond.

In other Dino news -- I sent the manuscript
of the new John Grimek training course to
the printer about an hour ago. So, as they
say -- it won't be long now!

If you have not reserved your copy of the
new course, do it now so that you get the
special bonuses when we fill the orders:

Also -- if you ordered the course and you
want me to sign it for you and you FORGOT
to ask for an autograph -- shoot me an
email and ask me to sign your course.

I'm always honored to sign books or courses
for readers, and there's no charge for doing

Speaking of Grimek -- a funny story.

I told you yesterday that he started training
with his older brother's barbell set.

This was after his older brother had moved
away to work an out of town job.

So John had the barbell and the Milo courses
that came with it, but no one to instruct him.

He read the course and started training.

He read that you were supposed to add reps
and then add weight and reduce the reps and
start over again.

But he missed the part about training three
times per week!

So there he was, hitting it hard and heavy,
and training EVERY DAY and trying to do more
and more every time he trained.

After three weeks of this, he had bags under
his eyes bigger than he was!

Luckily, his brother came back home for the
weekend and set him straight -- and once he
started training, he started to make some

So everyone, it seems, gets it wrong at the
beginning -- even the ones who go on to become
Iron Game legends.

As always, thanks for reading and have a great
day. If you train today, make it a good one!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Chalk and Sweat would have been awfully
good for John Grimek when he got started in his
training. Matter of fact, it's pretty darn good
for any beginner -- or any intermediate -- or
any advanced trainee:

P.S. 2. Ditto for Strength, Muscle and Power:

P.S. 3. Here's the link for the new John Grimek
training course:

P.S. 4. Thought for the Day: "Everyone starts
strong. The trick is to finish strong." -- Brooks