34 Pages and Tons of Terrific Training Tips!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

The February issue of the Dinosaur Files
is available now, and it's another great

The little monster weighs in at a whopping
34 pages, and it features a ton of terrific
training tips.

In addition to my own original articles, it
includes tips, advice, thoughts, ideas and
suggestions from John Grimek, Bob
Hoffman,Orison Swett Marden, and
something like two dozen of your
fellow Dinosaurs!

There's even something from some
Russian researchers from back in the
1970's. It's pretty important -- and a
little bit scary. It's also something the
mainstream muscle magazines should
have been telling us -- but instead, they
told us the exact opposite!

Here's the Table of Contents:

Hail to the Dinosaurs!
(by Brooks Kubik)

Mesozoic Mail
(by the Dinosaurs)

Jurassic Jottings
(by Brooks Kubik)

The Best Place to Train
(by Brooks Kubik)

An Older Dino's Winter Workout
(by Clifford M. Levy, MD)

Dumbbells for Strength and Conditioning
(by John Grahill)

Safe and Effective Lower Body Training for
Older Dinos - No One Size Fits All! (Part 2)
(by Brooks Kubik)

The Vacation Workout
(by Allan Roth)

The Wrap-Up
(by Brooks Kubik)

We're already getting great reviews from
Dinos who have downloaded and read the
little monster. They're loving the content,
as well as the speed and convenience of the
PDF format and immediate electronic
download. And our Canadian and overseas
Dinos are loving the fact that there's no
postage -- it saves them some major

Go here to grab the little monster -- and
be sure to let me know how you like the
little monster:


Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. If you missed the December and January
issues of The Dinosaur Files, go here to grab

December (cover photo of Sig Klein)


January (cover photo of Eugene Sandow)


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


P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "The more you know
about sensible, effective, no-nonsense strength
training and muscle building, the better your
results will be." -- Brooks Kubik