The "Have Fun" Rule!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Breaking news -- and then we'll talk training.

If you missed the big announcement, we've
launched the pre-publication special for my
new book on diet and nutrition for Dinos:

Any questions about the book, shoot me
an email.

And THANK YOU to everyone who has stepped
up, taken action, and placed an order for the
little monster.

On the training front . . .

One of the most important rules of lifelong
strength and health is to do some form of
progressive strength training on a regular
and consistent basis.

The exact type of strength training that you
choose to do is not as important as DOING

In other words, don't agonize over what kind
of training is best -- and don't argue about it
in Internet forums or on FB or twitter or

Just find something that you like to do -- and
that requires progressive hard work on a
regular basis -- and do it.

Me, I like Olympic lifting.

Does that mean YOU have to do Olympic lifting?

Heck, no.

There are tons of different things you can do.


Strongman training.

Power rack training.

5 x 5.

Singles, doubles, or triples.


Old-school bodybuilding.

Total body workouts 3x per week ala Bradley J.

The York courses.

Breathing squats.

Heavy partials.

Dumbbell training.

Kettlebell training.

Bodyweight training.


Specialization programs.

Grip work.

Dino-style lugging and loading drills.

And endless combinations of the above.

Heck, you can go out in the woods and run up
and down trails and lift, throw or carry logs and
rocks while the bears sit and watch you in

Maybe one of the bears will even film you and
throw it up on the U-Tube.

The point is, it's all good. It all works. And it
all keeps you strong and fit and healthy.

So find something you like to do -- and DO IT!

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 link again for my new book on
diet and nutrition for Dinos:

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

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Always have fun --
and always, always, always keep on training."
-- Brooks Kubik