10 Clues Someone Doesn't Know Squat about Training!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

A quick news update and then some
training  talk.

Update -- I'll be on SuperHuman Radio
at 1:00 EST today -- to cover part 3
of our four-part series on Building
Dinosaur Strength and Muscle Mass.

Catch it live or listen to the down-
load at your convenience.

On the training front, here's a Top
10 List. This one is the Top 10 Clues
that Someone Doesn't Know Squat,
a/k/a, He's One of the Brain-
washed Masses:

10. "Don't do THOSE! They're old-fashioned!"

9. "Squats are dangerous!"

8. "Deadlifts will break your back!"

7. "Go for the burn."

6. "Train for a pump."

5. "Machines are safer and better --
and they make it much easier to change the

4. "Slo-mo style is the way to go for
maximum muscle mass."

3. "Slow-mo style is the way to go for
maximum strength and power."

2. "High carb equals high energy equals
great workouts."

1. "Heavy weights are dangerous.'

1a. "Time controlled reps build more strength
and muscle than anything else."

1b. "Olympic lifting is dangerous."

1c. "If you just look strong, the other guy
will give up and run away."

id. "It's better to look like a bodybuilder
than lift like a weightlifter."

1e. "The leg extension is the only true test
of lower body strength and power."

1f. "That Dinosaur Training stuff is too old
fashioned to work!"

I could go on, but that's enough for now. if
you know anyone that mouths those mendacious
mediocrity molders, grab your wallet right
now, hold it tight, and back away from the
lunatic -- and then turn and run like hell.

You're dealing with an idiot -- or a Madison
Avenue Main Street Muscle Media Phoney.

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. Here's the number one guide to old-school
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P.S. 3. Thought for the day: "Idiocy seems to be
catching. Strength doesn't." -- Brooks Kubik