Building Strength and Muscle Mass the Dino Way!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

I hope you were able to listen to
yesterday's interview on Carl Lanore's
SuperHuman Radio show.

I was on for an hour, and Carl and I
covered part two in a four-part series
about building strength and muscle mass
the Dino way.

We talked about a ton of things, including
rest between sets, and how triple your
progress by using concentration, focus
and visualization during your rest

We shared a success story from Paul
Taylor, who gained -- get this --
40 pounds of muscle on a Dino-style
abbreviated program given to him
by his uncle (who also gave him a
barbell set and a copy of Dinosaur
Training for his 18th birthday.
Smart uncle.)

I outlined Paul's program, and then
we talked about ways to personalize
your program so it works best for you.

And we worked in some humor, and some
motivation -- and a little bit of
training wisdom direct from World
and Olympic weightlifting champion
Tommy Kono.

Carl records the shows and you can
download and listen to them whenever
you want. There's no charge for the
downloads -- it's just good training
info from us to you.

Here's the link to the SHR home page:

I consider the SHR interviews to be a
sort of public service announcement
for Dinos. I hope you give them a
try -- and I hope you enjoy them.

Oh, before I forget -- we're doing part
three in the series next week, and we're
going to be covering questions from
listeners. So download the first two
shows, listen to them, and if you have
any follow-up questions about old-school
strength and muscle building, send them
to Carl or to me. We'll cover as many as
we can.

In the meantime, and as always, thanks
for reading and thanks for training the
Dino way. If you train today, make it a
good one!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Here's a training course featuring
a man who knew how to build serious
strength and muscle mass:

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

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Loading the
bar is one thing, lifting it is another.
You have to do both." -- Brooks Kubik