Paul Anderson on Physical Culture Radio!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

I do a podcast every week with Carl Lanore,
the host of SuperHuman Radio.

The show is called Physical Culture Radio.

We normally air on Thursday at 12:00 noon,
but sometimes we move the show to a
different day or time. This week's show aired

We talked about the best lift(s) to measure
your strength.

We also talked about Paul Anderson.

Carl had selected a photo of Paul Anderson
to preview the show. I think I freaked him
a little because I knew where the photo was
taken -- and when -- and I knew something
else that I believe happened on the same day.

It was a very famous impromptu lifting contest.

I heard about it from not one, but TWO gold
medal winners in weightlifting.

I also heard about it from one of our longtime
Dinos. He was there. He witnessed it.

Plus, there was a story about other events of
the same day in an old issue of Iron Man.

So we covered it on the show. It's a fun story
and a great piece of lifting history.

If you missed the live show, you can listen
to the download right here. That also let's
you see the photo of Big Paul:

And here's some more fun for the Dino

Trudi took some candid photos of yours
truly while we were doing the podcast.

I've shared them on Facebook, Twitter
and Instagram. So check them out on one
or the other. I'm on Facebook at Brooks
Kubik and on Twitter at #brookskubik
and #dinosaurtraining.

You can find me on Instagram right here:

Both photos show you how I talk with my
hands even when I'm on radio -- which
Trudi thinks is hilarious.

And one of them shows a side view of an
old wrestler's neck -- mine -- and I was
surprised to see how thick it is. I guess
that goes to show that barbell built muscle
lasts a long time.

In other news, I'm working on the March
issue of the Dinosaur Files. Be looking for
it soon. If you missed the December, January
or February issues, go here to grab them:

February 2016 Dinosaur Files

January 2016 Dinosaur Files

December 2015 Dinosaur Files

That's all for now. Let me know how you like
Physical Culture Radio, and what you think
about the photos -- and, of course, give me
your feedback on The Dinosaur Files!

Yours in  strength,

Brooks Kubik

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

P.S. 2. Thought for the Day: "It's important to
know how to train, but it's just as important to
know how to teach it." -- Brooks Kubik