How to Save Your Knees, Hips and Back

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

One quick note, and then we'll talk iron.

1. The March Dinosaur Files

We just put up a brand new order page for
the March Dinosaur Files. It gives you a
detailed description of what's in this month's
issue - along with a look at the cover, which
features one of the best photos of raw
power that you'll ever see:

Head on over and check it out. It's a heck
of an issue.

2. How to Save Your Knees, Hips and Back

Last Friday I sent an email about The Squat
Every Hour Program - which was purely a
little joke for April Fool's Day.

After all, doing a heavy squat workout every
hour on the hour for 12 hours every single
day is hardly realistic - or effective - or
even possible.

It kind of screams "Just kidding, folks!"

But I got emails from dozens of Dinos who
said, "This is crazy - but it looks and sounds
just like the stuff so many people are teaching
and peddling nowadays. If a newbie read it,
he'd probably think you were serious!"

That's probably true - and it's a sad indictment
of the modern training world.

And that leads me to today's message - how to
save your knees, hips and back. Here are 10
tips on how to do it:

1. Do NOT train hard and heavy every day.

2. Do NOT neglect your warm-ups.

3. Do NOT do goofy exercises just because
you saw someone doing them on social media.

4. Do NOT go cardio crazy.

5. Do NOT do excessive stretching or flexibility

6. DO stick to basic exercises.

a. The basics are the safest and most effective.

7. DO follow slow, sensible progression

8. Build your body with slow and gradual
progression, NOT with bomb and blast stuff.

9. Focus on QUALITY, not quantity.

10. UNDERSTAND that too many exercises, sets,
or reps - or training too often - wears your body

Strength training is one of the best things you
can do for yourself. But you have to do it the
right way.

And if your training program reads like an
April Fool's joke, you're not doing it right.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Here's the link again for the March Dinosaur
Files - be sure to take a look:

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

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "You're in it for
the long haul. Train that way." - Brooks Kubik