Attn Dinos -- Ban this Book Now!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

This is the American Library
Association Banned Books
Week. It's a celebration of
the freedom to read books.

But the freedom to read books
doesn't always come easily.
Sometimes, authors and pub-
lishers (and loyal readers)
have had to fight for it.

Over the years, many great books
have been "banned" by school
boards, libraries, or even towns
or cities.

It's a long and impressive list,
and it includes:

1. Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn

2. James Joyce's Ulysses

3. D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterly's
Lover and his earlier novel, The

4. J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter

5. Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

All of which are highly acclaimed,
award winning works of literature,
and all of which have sold millions
and millions of copies. (So it's
almost like being banned is good
for business.)

But there's one book that SHOULD be
on the list, that isn't.

You know what I'm talking about.

Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of
Strength and Development.

The book that started the Dinosaur

The one that covers all the things
that make the dweebsters, wannabes,
muscle pumpers and gym bunnies run
in terror.

The one that terrifies the little
lemmings in Chrome and Fern Land.

The book that brought you thick bar
training, death sets, heavy awkward
objects, finishers, 5 x 5, heavy
singles, bottom position rack work,
and the world-famous CAN DO Dinosaur

The book that has been teaching and
inspiring trainees around the world
ever since 1996.

The book they call "the bible of
strength training."

It's a great book for anyone interested
in building sheer, raw strength and
power -- and it's a book the soft and
gentle crowd absolutely hates.

So we need to get it banned. There has
to be SOMEWHERE that is Bunny Safe.

Somewhere that qualifies as a sort of
Dinosaur-free Zone.

And since this is the official Banned
Books Week, this is the week to get it

So do this -- if you've read Dinosaur
Training, shoot me an email and tell me
in one sentence why the book should be
banned and where the ban should be

I'll post the best responses tomorrow,
and send them on to the folks in charge
of book banning.

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. If you have NOT read Dinosaur Training,
order your copy today -- before they ban
the little monster!

P.S. 2. My other books and courses are right
here -- and they, too, might end up on the
banned book list any day. After all, they
teach real world, no nonsense, old-school
strength training and muscle building --
and the pencil necks in charge of book
banning probably HATE that sort of thing:

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Simple is
good, and simpler is better." -- Brooks Kubik