Who Has a Question?

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Sometime next week -- and I'm not
sure when -- we'll be doing segment
no. 4 in my four-part series of
radio interviews on Building
Strength and Muscle the Dino

It's on SuperHuman Radio, with host
Carl Lanore at the below link:


This has been a great series of
interviews. So far, we've done two
60 minute interviews and a 90 minute
interview. So that's 3 1/2 hours of
step-by-step training instruction.

Interview no. 4 will move from
exercises, sets and reps to the
topic of diet and nutrition.

We'll talk about what to eat -- and
what not to eat -- and how much of
the good stuff to eat -- to build
some serious muscle mass.

I know a lot of you have questions
about diet and nutrition, so here's
a golden opportunity:

Shoot me an email with the subject
line: Dinosaur Diet Question -- and
ask any diet and nutrition question
that you want us to cover.

We won't be able to cover all of
them, but we'll cover as many as

You can do the same with training
questions. But use a different
subject line: Dinosaur Training

If we get enough training questions,
I'll try to talk Carl into letting us
another interview that covers all the
training questions.

Thanks in advance to everyone who
fires in a question or two, and thanks
to everyone who's been listening to
the interviews. Based on your feedback,
they've been very popular, and Dinos
around the world are listening to them --
which is pretty cool.

Dino Training on internet radio --
with listeners from here to Outer
Congolia and back again. Who'd have
thunk it?

Anyhow, send in those questions!

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. Talking about questions -- these
two books will answer any questions you
have about old-school Dumbbell Training
and old-time bodyweight training:



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


P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Always keep an
open mind. Ask questions. Think things through.
Read, study and learn. And don't forget to
train." -- Brooks Kubik