Revealed - The Mystery man!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Back on March 23 I shot out an email
message asking you to identify THE

And many of you gave it a try.

I sent the same email yesterday, so
you could go over the clues one more

Who WAS the future powerhouse who
began his training career at age 17
with weights like 40 pounds in the
press and curl, and 60 pounds in
the floor press?

And just as importantly, why is it
important? What does it mean to
you? What's the takeaway?

You had many, many guesses.

Many of you thought it was John

Others thought it was Doug Hepburn.

Some thought it was Peary Rader.

And quite a few thought it was Tommy

A few of you guessed that it was me.

Some thought it was Bob Hoffman.

Or Bill Hinbern.

Or John Davis.

And at least one reader guessed each
one of the following men:

Steve Reeves

Tony Terlazzo

Brad Steiner

Jack LaLanne

Eugene Sandow

Louis Cyr

Alan Calvert

Bill Hinbern

Sig Klein

Paul Anderson

Milo of Crotonia

But 11 of you got the right answer.

You knew exactly who I was talking

It was Reg Park.

And I'll give you the names every Dino
who knew the correct answer - and the
FIRST Dino to send in the correct answer -
in tomorrow's email.

And then we'll start to drill a little bit
deeper on this - and look at WHY it's
important that Reg Park, the three-time
Mr. Universe winner who was the most
massive bodybuilder of his generation,
began his career using weights so light
that my maiden aunt Matilda could have
given him a run for his money.

Stay tuned - you won't want to miss this.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Yes, Reg Park was a beginner once - and
like all beginners, he needed to get started the
right way. That's why I cover not one, not two,
not three, but 10 different training programs for
beginners in CHALK AND SWEAT. Go here to grab
the little monster:

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

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Where you start is
of historical interest - but where you finish is what
really matters." - Brooks Kubik