Hail to the Dinosaurs!
According to news reports, a man in
Northern Ireland named David Taylor
found a heavily tarnished, small
metal ring in a field.
He picked it up and took it home.
His wife thought it was a bull's
ring and told him to throw it away.
But he wasn't so sure.
So he got it checked out by an
Turns out the ring was solid silver.
More than that, it was an incredibly
rare Viking artifact. It dated back
to sometime between 950 and 1100.
It's an honest to goodness piece
of history -- and it's a very
valuable piece of treasure.
And what was David Taylor doing when
he found the silver ring?
According to the news reports, he
was lifting stones in a field owned
by his brother-in-law.
Note the wording.
Not moving stones. Not removing stones.
Not digging stones. Not building stone
He was LIFTING stones.
That sounds an awful lot like Dinosaur
Training -- and if that's what he was
doing, it's more proof that Dino Training
always brings good results!
So keep that in mind the next time you
train. Look around the weight stack extra
closely. You never know what you might
Heck, it might even be better than a silver
It might be a gold medal.
And that would be pretty darn good.
As always, thanks for reading and have a
great day. If you train today, make it
a good one!
Yours in strength,
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P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Train for
strength, eat for health, and make every
day the best it can be." -- Brooks Kubik