Name the Mystery Man!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Let's change things up and do something
a little different today.

We're going to have a little contest.

The winner gets a free copy of Legacy
of Iron.

So here's the contest.

Name the Mystery Man based on the
weights he used in his very first workout.

He was 17 years old and he weighed 165

He began his workout with standing barbell

He used a whopping 40 pounds.

To put that in perspective, I was pressing
40 pounds at age 11 - weighing all of 86

Or consider this.

A standard Olympic barbell weighs 45

So that 40 pound press was less than
the weight of an unloaded Olympic bar!

He then did floor presses with a barbell.

He used 60 pounds on this one.

That's an Olympic barbell with a 5 and
a 2 1/2 on each side.

Next, he did curls with 40 pounds.

After that, he hit some straight arm
pullovers with 30 pounds.

He finished up with some barbell
triceps push-aways behind the legs
(which I guess are similar to dumbbell
triceps kickbacks).

Not sure what he used on that one.
Probably 25 or 30 pounds.

That was it.

No leg work.

No back work.

And some pretty light weights.

In fact, some VERY light weights.

It wasn't much of a workout - and it gave
no hint of the strength and muscle mass
that he would one day develop.

And yet, he became an Iron Game legend.

Can you guess his name?

Send your answer to Dino Headquarters
with an email using the subject line:

Mystery Man

One guess per reader, and the first reader
with the right answer wins the book.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. If you're asking yourself, "What's this
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P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "You can't control
where you start, but where you finish is up to
you." -- Brooks Kubik