"Is It Dino Training?" He Asked

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Guy sent me an email saying he wanted
to do a four day split and asked whether
that was Dino Training.

You know the drill. Upper body pushing
muscles on Day 1, upper body pulling
muscles on day 2, and legs on day 3.
Rest on day 4, and then repeat.

I get that sort of question a lot.

"I want to do such and so -- but is it
Dino Training?"

The answer, like so many things, is this:


It depends on what exercises you do, and
how you train them. If you hit nothing but
bunny exercises and you pump til you drop,
then it's not Dino.

Pn the other hand, if you focus on the BIG
exercises and you train for strength and
power -- with heavy weights -- then maybe
it is.

That's because Dino Training is a state of
mind. It's how you think -- how you believe --
why you train -- and what inspires you --
that makes a Dino.

That said, let's go back to the four day
split. If it works, fine. If not, try an
abbreviated program. Same split, but work
3x per week, with rest days in-between the
workouts. That let's you train harder and
heavier -- and harder and heavier is what
builds T-Rex strength and muscle.

For more details, see Dinosaur Training,
Chalk and Sweat or Strength, Muscle and
Power -- and for older lifters, see Gray
Hair and Black Iron. Find them at the below

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. To order Dinosaur Training, go here:


Chalk and Sweat is right here:


Go here for Strength, Muscle and Power:


Gray Hair and Black Iron is must reading for
anyone over the age of 35 -- and you can find
it right here:


P.S. 2. My other books and courses are right


P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "If you have a
lifelong passion for strength and iron, you're
a Dinosaur." -- Brooks Kubik